A Northeast Nebraska farmer says she’s firming up risk management plans as she anticipates even more uncertainty in 2023.
Anne Meis tells Brownfield prolonged drought has cut dryland corn yields nearly in half. “Just tightening up because our dryland yields aren’t out there this year. We’ll have a reduction on what we can bring into the bin.”
She says Mother Nature has taken its toll on crops. “There was no moisture out there and that field yielded 25 bushels an acre.