Iowa Crop Comments

June 5, 2011 08:05 PM
 

 

  • 6/6 - East central Iowa: On the road to cut hay next to the Mississippi River in Bellevue, Iowa. Some good hay should have gotten made over the weekend with warm temperatures and only a sprinkle on Sunday morning. Corn is going through it's "ugly stage" as I call it -- poor spacing, missing plants, some that are a little behind are  giving some field's an uglier appearance than it really is. You can also tell who used dry or liquid nitrogen vs. nh3 right now. The nh3 corn hasn't quite reached the goodies and is behind for now just like every other year. Bean stands look really good overall.


     

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  • 6/3 - East central Iowa: Making balage Thursday. I once again think we here in Jackson County are extremely lucky (for now). Corn is showing some signs of compaction or is growing to fast (some yellowing in spots, I am not an agronomist so I could be way off). Stands look good overall. Most all beans are up and growing. A lot of hay is being made, most is not good with periodic rain.

     
  • 6/2 - East central Iowa: I would say just about all the corn and beans are in. Corn really took off this weekend with the warmer temps. Hay making has been a real challenge again with rain every couple of days. Here are some pictures and videos of our sweet corn planting party on Memorial Day (was delayed because of .5-1.25 inches of rain on Sunday) Thanks to all who served this country.


 

  • 5/27 - East central Iowa: Corn on corn planted May 6. Most stands look good, but some just north of here can be spotty. It looks like they had tilled the ground and it  dried out. Beans are coming up. Coops got caught up spraying Friday. We received 1-1.5 inches of rain on Tuesday evening. I really hate to say this (for all of you having a terrible spring),but other than cooler temperatures, thinks look good.
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    -- East central Iowa

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  • 5/25 - East central Iowa: I really feel for all of you who are having planting trouble and severe weather around the country. We returned unused seed (still have 5 acres of corn and 9 of beans left, will haul manure on it for 1-2 weeks)
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    Rain was coming.

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    Planting beans right behind baler trying to beat the rain.

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    Baled 26 acres of balage. Planted beans after hay was off.

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    -- East central Iowa

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  • 5/23 - East central Iowa: I could have finished beans Sunday (100 acres left), but was invited to the nationwide race at Newton, Iowa. It was sponsored by John Deere. Rain was spotty on Sunday afternoon. A lot of corn is up along interstate 80 and looking pretty good.
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    Planting beans on Friday. I hate to say this, but we could
    use some of your excess rain that others are getting!
    -- East central Iowa

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  • 5/20 - East central Iowa: Planting on top of dike built for Mississippi flooding (didn't need it, thankfully). We were supposed to have sun every day thru Friday night, but yesterday we had rain showers and heavy fog this morning is putting a big wrench in getting hay dry enough. Rain is forecasted every day thru next Wednesday. Bean planting is still in high gear.75-80% done. Corn is coming up and looking good.
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    -- East central Iowa

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  •  5/19 - Beaman, Iowa: Farm Journal Conservation and Machinery Editor Darrell Smith -- “We got one small field planted in mid-April,” says Steve Anderson of Beaman, Iowa. “Then the weather turned wet, and we waited. Eventually, we had to replant that field. We started planting again on May 1, and, since then, it has been a really good planting season.” Anderson finished planting commercial corn by about May 10.
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    On May 17, Anderson was planting seed corn (middle photo), while employee Daryl Dreesman planted soybeans (bttom photo).

    -- Beaman, Iowa

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  •  5/18 - East central Iowa: Started cutting hay, finished corn, planted beans Tuesday. I really hope the rest of you who haven't been as lucky as we've been here for the last 2 weeks can catch a big break.
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    -- East central Iowa

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  •  5/17 - East central Iowa: We hope to finish corn today (Tuesday). Some guys have started cutting hay. I will start cutting mine today. A lot of beans are going in 75% done. Rain over the weekend helped to get everything that was in the ground already off to a good start.
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    Road to get to another "in the middle of nowhere fields"

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    43 acre field (custom work). GPS worked part of the time.
    -- East central Iowa

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  • 5/16 - East central Iowa: Planting beans Thursday before we received 3/4 to 1.5 inches of rain on Friday/Saturday. They are talking about scattered frost for Monday, Tuesday morning. Will resume planting today (Monday).
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    My agronomist checking corn that was planted on May 4.

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    No-tilling into sod.
    -- East central Iowa

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  • 5/12 - East central Iowa: We got the old 8 row out of the shed to get just about done before it rained (have 40 acres left, 10 to haul manure on and 30 that nh3 was applied on Monday). We started beans Wednesday
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    My new relief drivers... I was planting field by my girls’ daycare and they wanted to help.

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    Switching planter over to plant beans.

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    My brother-in-law hard at work.
    -- East central Iowa

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  • 5/11 - East central Iowa: I really hate to hear of the struggles you other guys are having (some to wet and some to dry). We will finish corn today(wed.).90% of corn is in and a seed dealer told me he thought 40% of the beans are in, started last Monday. Last Monday temperature was 50F and today it was close to90F.planted 1150 acres with 16 row planter(a lot of you are probably laughing).1000 acres around here is like 2000 acres of flat ground.
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    -- East central Iowa

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  • 5/10 - Clarke, Iowa: Corn 87 acres done. We’re ready to make hay.
     
  • 5/10 - East central Iowa: Planting gumbo bottom in Bellevue, Iowa (caught one of my neighbors going down the highway).75% of field was good, the rest wasn't. Some guys have finished, I would guess 85% done. I should get done wed. If the rain holds off or don't break down. Finally got warm around here Friday. I hope the rest of you can catch a break. Some of the corn around here will need a drink to alleviate some sidewall compaction.
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    Dodging rain showers on Monday.

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    Left a small track (only 6-8 inches) in gumbo (silly puddy!). They have rain in forecast, may never get back into this field. So it's done now.

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    -- East central Iowa

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  • 5/9 - East central Iowa: We’re looking at no-tilling into bean stubble. So far I really like the spiked closing wheels from Lofquist Welding. They seem to close and loosen the ground at the same time. They will also let you know weather or not you should be planting that field (dirt will stick to tines).
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    We’re folded up and ready to move to another field. 50% done with corn (Friday night).  This field was in real good shape.

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    My son checking out my work. Most fields are in real nice shape. Some are still a little sticky. I would guess corn is 75% done as of Sunday night. Some beans are going in. We received a little rain on Saturday.

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    My mother's day brunch! I am sure a lot of wives and mothers spent the day alone. Sorry just trying to catch up.

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    No-tilling corn into bean stubble using auto steer.

    -- East central Iowa

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  • 5/6 - Cedar Rapids, Iowa: 2011 Planting Corn - Ride Along 1. I magnet mounted the camera to the planter. Video courtesy of www.Lefebure.com.


     
  • 5/6 - Northeast Iowa: The "large farms" half done planting corn right now. "Moderate" farms two-thirds - many will be done by Saturday afternoon.


  • 5/5 - East central Iowa: We had to dodge light rain showers Thursday. Conditions are still hit and miss (some fields are real good and some are still tacky). We still have to wear a sweatshirt, it just doesn't want to warm up. By Friday I would guess 40-50% of corn will be planted.
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    My kids call me a slob....I would agree. I try to have everything with me, I don't want to stop.

    -- East central Iowa

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  • 5/5 - East central Iowa: Everyone here is planting. Most of the ground is in good, but not great shape. I hope the rest of you who are still waiting to start will soon be able to get into the fields. I think we are somewhat lucky around here, just about every year we seem to get a small window to get something planted, maybe 20%-30% of corn is planted.
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    Planted my biggest field Wednesday, 105 acres. Most of the farm fields around here are chopped up and have hills on them. Planting straight back and forth was a real treat for me.

    -- East central Iowa

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  • 5/4 - East central Iowa: I think just about everybody stated today (Tuesday) if they didn't start already. Hope it works, we had temperatures in the upper 30's again last night. Reminds me of 1993...
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    Crossing a creek, praying that I made it through before and after.

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    Putting on spiked closing wheels in outdoor shop (50 f) in field

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    Planter CAM

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    -- East central Iowa

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  • 5/3 - Kossuth County, Iowa: Its 27 degrees this morning! Time to hitch up the long johns, scrape the frost off of the cab glass, ether up the diesel, and plant some more corn.
     
  • 5/3 - Clear Lake, Iowa: Hope to try it today. But frost on the ground 28 out.

  • 5/2 - East central Iowa: Finally got started. The ground was ok, but seemed to dry out later in the day. Some guys started sun, some Monday and it sounds like a lot will start today.
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    -- East central Iowa

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  • 5/3 - Northeast Iowa: I’m planting corn in 29 degree winds
     
  • 5/2 - Obrien County, Iowa: Field work started here Thursday April 28, with planters rolling Friday. If this week stays dry we will have 80% plus corn planted in this area.

  • 5/2 - East central Iowa: We’re hoping to start planting today (Monday). Heard of some guys starting Sunday. worked up fall tilled ground Sunday, fields  seemed to be in good shape with some soft spots. We hope to get in 3 good days before wed night when rain in forecast. The ground is colder than I like and temps don't sound a whole lot better for extended forecast but I don't think we can wait (right or wrong!).
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    -- East central Iowa

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  • 5/2 - Obrien County, Iowa: Field work started here Thursday April 28, with planters rolling Friday. If this week stays dry we will have 80% plus corn planted in this area.


  • 5/2 - East central Iowa: We’re hoping to start planting today (Monday). Heard of some guys starting Sunday. worked up fall tilled ground Sunday, fields  seemed to be in good shape with some soft spots. We hope to get in 3 good days before wed night when rain in forecast. The ground is colder than I like and temps don't sound a whole lot better for extended forecast but I don't think we can wait (right or wrong!).
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    This picture was taken this morning on 5-01-2011. Storm dropped 1/2" of rain then 6" of snow here last night.

    -- Ward County, N.D.

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  • 4/29 - East central Iowa: Last field work was April 14. With any luck at all, this next rain event will miss us! I am only guessing, but I think I have only seen 4 hours of sun in the last week or so. We have been getting rain on a regular basis, but the big problem is that it is cold and cloudy every day in between. Will be able to start planting Sunday (I think) if the sun comes out today and Saturday. Everyone I talk to keeps telling themselves and me not to mud it in. That usually is the case until it sounds like more rain may be coming, then it seems like we all start too early. The only thing around here that looks like it isn't affected by the crappy weather is the weeds that are growing fast!
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    My truck window this morning (28 F). Good news....the sun is supposed to be out all day!

    -- East central Iowa

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  • 4/28 - Franklin County, Iowa: Some corn planted 2 weeks ago. Most if not all will have to be replanted. Received 1 1/2 inches of rain yesterday. Chances for more Fri-Sat. We need a 7-10 day window.

  • 4/27 - North central Iowa: Same as everyone else cold and wet.  No fertilizing or tillage and no corn planted.  10 day forecast offers little hope. Around here we have a little rhyme - plant in dust your bins will bust, plant in mud crop’s a dud.
     
  • 4/26 - Allamakee, Iowa: With another 1.5 inches of rain so far today, and more for the weekend, its looking like first week of may to get things rolling, hopefully. I only know of two farmers who have planted corn in the county so far...
     
  • 4/26 - East central Iowa: It rained all night, what a shocker! We’re just going to have to sit and wait. We've been here before and will just have to make the best of it. If it would have missed us here we would have been planting by tomorrow (Wednesday).
     
     
  • 4/25 - Story, Iowa: Planted 222 acres of corn April 13 and it has rained 2.5 inches since. We’re hoping for warm weather
     
  • 4/25 - East central Iowa: Finally got planter out of shed to put on the air clutches. When we got done putting clutches on, we put it right back in shed! We haven’t moved a wheel since April 14th.there has been virtually no spraying done, a fair amount of fertilizer/nh3 to be put on yet (I have all my fert/nh3 on, thanks in part because we had 75% on last fall). I think we have only seen the sun 2-3 days since. There are rain chances here for today (Monday) and Tuesday. I normally start around the 24th, so hopefully this rain will  miss us and stay nice we may be OK. The Mississippi River crested at Bellevue, Iowa on Friday or Saturday.
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    -- East central Iowa

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  • 4/21 - East central Iowa: This guy told me he had over 3 inches of rain over the past 4 days but he wasn't stopping (the farmer who has this horse and planter in front of his building)! The forecast isn't looking any better. The Mississippi River is supposed to crest in the next day or two. The old guys always say it isn't going to warm up until the river goes down and it seems to always be the case.
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    -- East central Iowa

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  • 4/21 - Lime Springs, Iowa: Five inches of snow yesterday (April 19), and more snow this morning. Temperature this morning was 31 degrees and has maybe reached 35 this afternoon. Not good corn planting weather.
     
  • 4/20 - Pocahontas County, Iowa: 5 inches of rain and 4inches snow last 10 days.
     
  • 4/19 - Winnebago County, Iowa: Ground is white again this morning and winter storm watch for NE IA and SE MN.  We have not turned a wheel yet.  Still need to apply some fertilizer and NH3. Last year at this time we were about done planting corn and some were starting beans.  It is not too late yet, just hope it warms up and dries out soon so we don’t have to patch in a crop around wet holes.  Our worst crops have always been the ones we have to mud in.
     
  • 4/19 - East Central Iowa: The video below is my 6 year old’s answer for the weather delays!!! Nothing has moved since last Thursday (4-12-11) and it doesn't look like we will for at least a week or 10 days. Only heard of 3 guys who planted a little corn. Better them than me! I had to dig out the long underwear again, unbelievable.

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    I had to dig out the long underwear again, unbelievable.

    -- East central Iowa

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  • 4/13 - East Central Iowa: We finished nh3 and combining on the same day! Forgot about food plot that I had to leave on D.N.R. farm until March 1. Two acres out of 8 actually had corn left (170 bu. total). I am about 8 days from planting. Will listen to forecast on the 20th to decide when to start.


 

  • 4/12 - Collins, Iowa: Agco-Allis with 30 foot Deutz Allis 1400 Chiselvator in disk ripped cornstalks.


     
  • 4/11 - Palo Alto County, Iowa: Could use a nice warm rain to help get the rest of the frost out of the ground. Few people picking rocks and working ground on lighter soil but it could be later corn planting than normal here. Usually start around the 15th. Late Easter = late spring?
     
  • 4/7 Jackson County, Iowa: Applying NH#. Alot of fertilizer going on. 12 days from planting.

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  • 4/6 - East Central Iowa: Alot of guys are applying  NH3. Quite a few oats are getting put in.The coops are busy spreading fertilizer. Ground came along way in just two days, but it sounds like we have good chances for rain all this coming week.
  • 4/5- East Central, Iowa: Started NH3,ground was just fit enough to go (little dirt sticking to wheels on tank). Judging by the calender and the forcast for our area, it is time to go.

     
  • 4/1 - East central Iowa: We had Innovative Ag Service airflow 40 acres of alfalfa with fertilizer. It took them just over an hour. Sure beats a grain drill. They cover 70 feet with one pass!


     
  • 4/1 - Finney, Kan.: East of Shallowater in Scott County, small patch of excellent wheat, hanging on for rain. East central Finney Co, wheat is emerging probably still at least a half average crop, if conditions become more favorable (Read more wheat-related comments at AgWeb's www.VirtualWheatTour.com)
     
  • 4/1 - Trempealeau County, Wis.: Fields are finally starting to firm up a bit, its been a very muddy spring so far. The manure pit is very full and trying to spread a little to keep it from over flowing has been a challenge. Mostly spreading on the no till sod fields and trying to spread before 9 a.m. when things get really soft. Overall spring will probably be an average one. Still have a few washouts and ruts that need to be fixed and all the snow and rain hasn't exactly helped.

     
  • 4/1 - Central Valley California: Due to the cool weather we had a long bloom time & a full bloom in all – peaches, apricots, plums and almonds. Walnuts haven’t bloomed yet so it’s still too early to tell.
  • 4/1 - East central Iowa: We had Innovative Ag Service airflow 40 acres of alfalfa with fertilizer. It took them just over an hour. Sure beats a grain drill. They cover 70 feet with one pass!

 

  • 3/31 - East central Iowa: Just like every other year, pull it out of the shed and go. Getting ready to put in some direct seeding. Ground was worked last fall with turbo-till and worked better than expected (wouldn't want to put corn in, but will work for alfalfa).heard of some nh3 going on today to the south.

     

     
  • 3/29 - Jackson County, Iowa: Only field work around here is some spreading of fertilizer. We have had low temperatures, around 20-25 degrees and highs around 35-45.most guys have been hauling manure while it is frozen in the morning. Flood threat has been reduced for now with the cold temps here and up north. I need it to warm up so that I can get equipment ready (my shop is outside).
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    -- Jackson County, Iowa

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  • 3/25 - Allamakee, Iowa: Last year towards the end of March we started applying some pre-emergent herbicide for corn on manure ground. I was also spraying prefix on bean ground the last day of March... For this year, we had a low of 18 last night and are expecting highs in the high 30's to low 40's for the next seven days with a couple chances of some mixed precipitation thrown in. Really hoping that we can start turning some wheels by the 7th of April.

     
  • 3/23 - Bellevue, Iowa: Here is a picture of the Mississippi River at Lock and Dam 12. We are supposed to see near record flooding within the next week or two (from the snow melt up north). There’s not much going on here as far as field work is concerned. That can change real fast with a few nice days. A lot of calves are hitting the ground.
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    -- Bellevue, Iowa

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  • 3/14 - Tama County, Iowa: Normal late winter/early spring weather, lots of fieldwork and fertilizer done in the fall. If we get some heat and normal rain crops will go in quickly with today's equipment!

     
  • 3/9 - Jackson County, Iowa: This is the new 2012  Iowa pickup truck! Went to a sale and this what I saw. Hearing of a lot of $ 4.00 going to town (glad  to hear I'm not alone!). One pleasant surprise I had is that a bin that usually holds around 10,500 bushel, had just under 13,000 bu. (which was close to what the grain cart scales showed last fall, which I didn't believe). 60 lb. test weight, 15% mt. right out of the field. We have plenty of mud to go around.
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    -- Jackson County, Iowa

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  • 3/3 - Eastern Iowa: Getting distillers loaded in Dyersville, Iowa. We had our first run of nice days (no fog, drizzle, snow, rain). Temps in the 30's and teens at night. A lot of manure is getting hauled before the ground thaws. There’s some talk of spreading fertilizer next week if the ground is still froze. A lot of corn is moving to town. Some guys have started calving.
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    Getting distillers loaded in Dyersville, Iowa

    -- Eastern Iowa

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  • 3/1 - Franklin County, north central Iowa: Cash rent in our area is all $300+/acre. There is some $400/acre I am hearing about.
     

 


  
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