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Michigan Could See a ‘Bumper Crop’ for Corn and Soybeans This Harvest

Photo courtesy of Barbara Hatton / National Corn Growers Association.

With just a few weeks ahead of harvest, 61 percent of Michigan’s corn and 65 percent of Michigan’s soybeans are rated good-to-excellent by the USDA as of Monday, Sept. 12.

Stuart Welden, Field Sales Representative with Specialty Hybrids.

Stuart Welden, Field Sales Representative with Specialty Hybrids based out of Hillsdale County, Michigan, says corn and soybean crops are looking very good across south-central Michigan. He also says he’s optimistic that Michigan farmers could see a “bumper crop” this harvest for both corn and soybeans.

Click BELOW to hear C.J. Miller’s FULL Podcast interview with Stuart Welden with Specialty Hybrids as he discusses corn and soybean crop progress across Michigan and offers harvest preparation advice for Michigan farmers.

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