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Snow slows progress in west-central Minnesota but moisture welcome

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Heavy snow is slowing fieldwork in west-central Minnesota.

Noah Hultgren of Raymond says the winter was warmer and dryer than normal, but spring is starting off cold and wet.

“In general, this is actually nice to get some moisture because we’re definitely dry and low.”

He tells Brownfield conditions were fit to seed spring wheat earlier this month.

“We actually planted that wheat on March 14th, so the snow is actually a nice blanket on top.

Snow slows progress in west-central Minnesota but moisture welcome