Crop harvest slowed by conditions but yields better than expected after wet spring, summer drought
WILLMAR — Reports from west central Minnesota farmers and agriculture professionals reflect the USDA crop-weather report issued Monday: the crop harvest has been slowed by rain, but yields are better than some farmers expected after a wet, late spring and drought conditions this summer.
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