(Bismarck, ND) — North Dakota Ag officials are expecting a record spring wheat crop. The North Dakota Wheat Commission is projecting just over 50 bushels per acre, which is almost 20 bushels per acre higher than last year. The positive outlook is diminished somewhat by the unusual planting season, where many farmers weren’t able to get their crops in until late spring.
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