Wet Spring, Bogged Down Prices Makes Planting Tough For Ohio Farmers

May 20, 2019 08:57 AM
 
 

This marks another week along our I-80 Planting Tour without seeing any planting in the field. USDA says corn and soybean plantings are behind by double-digits and Ohio as a state behind double-digits in both too.

AgDay national reporter Betsy Jibben has the story from Swanton, Ohio from farmers who even say their concerns are far more than weather-based. She talks with John Myers, Jeremy Myers and Justin Myers who farm in the area.

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Corn19
Flora, IL
5/20/2019 12:19 PM
 

  Behind by double digits. LOL. That sounds alot better than reality. To most that would imkply bnehind something near 10% for starters. That means south of I 70 we are at 90% behind normal pace. Someone is minimizing the planting situation. Who would benefit from that? Hmmm...it isn't the grower.

 
 

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