Farmers I talked to this week on a trip through central North Dakota and South Dakota – from Wimbledon and Windsor, N.D., to Selby, Gettysburg and Mitchell, S.D. -- were in a pretty good mood.
Winter wheat and spring wheat yields were lower than average, “but it wasn’t a train wreck,” said one of guys working the unloading pit at a big elevator outside on Bowdle, S.D.
Corn was looking good.
“We could be looking at our best corn crop ever,” said Mark…