Ohio Father-Son Farming Partners Say Crops Look Good Despite Rough Start

August 1, 2011 08:36 AM

Too much rain early in the season caused lengthy planting delays for Karl, Randy and Scott Hiler of New Washington, Ohio.  The father-son team says corn and soybean crops have finally rallied in their area, however, and look good despite their rough start. The three men give their outlook for this cropping season in the following video, and also share their expectations for the first ever Farm Journal Soybean College.


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