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Midwest Growers Seek Approval to Use Prevented Plant Acres for Forage Crops

Hoping to head off a “rapidly emerging forage crisis for livestock farmers across the Midwest,” a multi-state coalition of agricultural organizations submitted a written request to USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue seeking approval for emergency provisions allowing the planting and harvesting of forages on prevented plant acres without date restrictions.
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Wet Fields Continue to Plague Corn and Soybean Growers

This spring has been called the wettest on record in the Corn Belt and other major growing regions of the U.S. and the pace of planting would seem to verify this claim. As of Sunday, May 26, corn planting in the U.S. is 32 days behind the 5 year average and soybeans are 37 days behind the 5 year average.
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