Corn Yield Decrease Exceeds Expectations for North Dakota Producers

November 7, 2017 12:26 PM

Earlier this summer, North Dakota experienced months of intense drought before timely August rain salvaged the state’s corn crop.

While the production will be down from 2016’s record harvest, producers are content with what they are registering on their yield monitors.

Cliff Naylor from AgDay affiliate KFYR reports.

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