“The worst crop I’ve ever had": Weather causes dramatic crop variability in Minnesota
A soybean and wheat producer in northern Minnesota is calling this year’s harvest “the worst crop he’s ever had.” Meanwhile, neighboring operations are having a bumper harvest this year.
Wild weather changes and drought all year long have led to significant crop variability across many parts of farm country.
According to one farmer in the upper Midwest, that was extremely evident at his operation in northern Minnesota this year. He is calling it “the worst crop he’s ever had.”
As of right now, he is not planning to modify any of his production plans in 2024 – but, of course, that depends on the weather.