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Published June 27, 2011, 12:00 AM

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Dennis Fonder takes a respectable first-cutting alfalfa crop off land he farms in conjunction with four sons who produce milk for the organic market.(Mikkel Pates/Agweek)

  • Dennis Fonder takes a respectable first-cutting alfalfa crop off land he farms in conjunction with four sons who produce milk for the organic market.(Mikkel Pates/Agweek)
  • Dennis Fonder farms with sons near Milbank, S.D. (Mikkel Pates / Agweek)
  • Jerome Halvorson farms near Wyndmere, N.D., says he was able to plant only 97.5 out of his planned 1,100 acres of corn this year and will have to return pallets of seed to the company that sold it to him. (Mikkel Pates/Agweek)
  • Irrigated soybeans seem to be getting a good start near near Estelline, S.D., although some beans have had crusting and replant issues. (Mikkel Pates / Agweek)
  • Scott Stratton farms near Nunda, S.D.(Mikkel Pates / Agweek)
  • Todd Althoff farms near Mantador, N.D. (Mikkel Pates / Agweek)
  • Scott Stratton of Rutland, S.D., sprays corn, just south of the village of Nunda. (Mikkel Pates / Agweek)
  • Lenny Saathoff farms near Estelline, S.D. (Mikkel Pates / Agweek)
  • Todd Altoff works to knock down weeds in his corn near Mantador, N.D. (Mikkel Pates / Agweek)
  • John Fritz farms near New Effington, S.D. (Mikkel Pates / Agweek)