Most Farmers Still Have Time To Plant Soybeans

May 21, 2019 01:16 PM
 
While the weather is weighing down on soybean planting progress, most farmers still have time to get seeds in the ground.

While the weather is weighing down on soybean planting progress, most farmers still have time to get seeds in the ground.

USDA on Monday indicated just 19% of the nation’s soybean crop is planted. That’s a staggering 28% behind the five-year average. And while that’s roughly the same size delay as corn farmers are facing, those who planned to plant soybeans have a little more time.

Angie Setzer of Citizens Grain LLC recently asked farmers who use Twitter the latest they are willing to plant soybeans. Here’s what they said:

And of course, there were some producers who took the opportunity to crack a few jokes. Or are they jokes?

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Water Girl
Grand Island , NE
5/22/2019 09:39 PM
 

  NO NO NO don't plant. The overproduction we have been doing is why the prices are so low. Overproduction = low prices. Demand = high prices. www.afairmarketprice.com

 
 
Keith
Aug, ME
5/22/2019 09:18 AM
 

  Are all farmers as ignorant as Common Nonsense??!!

 
 
Common Sense
Bristol, SD
5/22/2019 06:34 AM
 

  Rather have $6 beans than learn to speak Chinese.

 
 

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