The first pockets of exceptional drought have developed in Nebraska and an agronomist says farmers could be waiting awhile for relief.
Jeff Wessels with Frenchman Valley Coop tells Brownfield most hope is lost for this year’s crop in the southwest area. “There’s no dryland corp. The corn, soybeans, anything and even millet – there’s thousands of acres of millet planted out here – and it’s not in very good condition.”
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Agronomist says Mother Nature isn’t providing Southwest Nebraska farmers with many options