Winter wheat lacks snow in Upper Midwest, but still OK
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- The lack of snow in the Upper Midwest is causing some concern among winter wheat farmers.
Recent Agriculture Department reports rate the protective snow cover for the winter wheat crop as 80 percent poor in North Dakota, 87 percent poor in South Dakota and 87 percent poor or very poor in Montana.
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