(Selfridge, ND) — Producers are finally getting seeds in the ground as the weather across the state is starting to break. It’s a late start to planting season, as blizzards continued to affect North Dakota into the early part of the spring. The long winter has delayed producers by three weeks in most cases. At this point last year, wheat farmers say they had somewhere between 75 to 85-percent of their small grains planted.
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