Northeast Nebraska farmer Anne Meis says she’s wrapping up the most challenging harvest ever.
“I can’t remember a harvest where we haven’t had a rain break. We haven’t had any rain breaks since we started harvest. That’s unusual. That’s scary going into next year without any subsoil moisture.”
But, she tells Brownfield, yields have exceeded expectations despite historic drought. “If we’re talking irrigated corn, we’re making about 210 to 240.
Nebraska farmer says yields beat expectations despite drought, dust, fires, tornadoes