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Wheat farmers across northeast North Dakota got a lot of combining done during the last week in September, said Randy Mehlhoff, North Dakota State University Langdon Research Extension Center director.
Little wheat and barley has been harvested in some northern North Dakota counties.
Here are some of the issues that have emerged regarding the deal to allow Ukraine to ship grains in the midst of Russian's invasion of the country.
Father-son duo Tom and Scott Perlick manage the farming and distilling sides of their business in northern Wisconsin.
Swany White Flour Mills, Ltd., in downtown Freeport, Minnesota, is one of the longest-running family-owned flour mills in Minnesota, and shares a common family tree with Famo Feeds Inc., a much larger livestock feed mill along Interstate 94, west of town.
Northeast South Dakota cereal crops were looking good in late July 2022 for the Agweek Cereal Crop Tour, but high winds and hot temperatures raised concerns for crops that started three weeks late and are three weeks behind in development during a critical head-filling time. The tour focused on condition sat the Northeast Research Station for South Dakota State University, at South Shore, S.D.

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Jamie Schurhamer, speaking on the Agweek Cereals Crop Tour on July 21, said there were early concerns that 2022 could shape up to be like 2021. But widespread snow in the area eased some concerns, and now cereals crops in the area have high potential for solid yields.
The 2022 National Wheat Yield Contest is offering a bonus prize for high quality wheat. The contest by the National Wheat Foundation recognizes winners in 24 categories. The spring wheat deadline is Monday, Aug. 1.
Griffiths said Turkish, Russian and Ukrainian military officials were working with a U.N. team at a Joint Coordination Center in Istanbul to hammer out standard operating procedures for the deal agreed by the four parties last Friday.

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