Planting Season Slows due to Wet Winter

Planting Season

With one of our wettest winters in history, crop planting has taken a drastic toll. Planting season has slowed which has put many farms behind. This is something we should all watch and be knowledgeable about. When grain increases, so does feed to other farms. and the trickle-down effect takes place. We will continue to be optimistic about the long term affects this winter may have caused. Please click here if you would like to read more about it from the USDA. Also find us on Facebook and LinkedIn as RBG posts more frequent news as to what is happening in the industry.

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