Western wheat crop down by a third or more

The yields are starting to come in, and it’s what would be expected in a drought year. Numbers vary widely across the state, but in the areas with less rain, the yields per acre are down from the averages of the recent good years. The Bismarck Tribune has the story on the early data. Hopefully, the decrease in supply will drive a price increase in some form that helps balance things for area producers.

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Jessica Holdman, Bismarck Tribune

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