CENTENNIAL, Colo. — While rain eludes farmers across the Corn Belt, yields could still be OK if the weather remains cool. Forecasters have been warning of increasing temps, but so far the weather has not listened–a good sign for corn producers.
Unfortunately, corn growers in the Dakota’s have not been so lucky. Severe drought and hot weather has meant disaster for their crops.
— Colorado Farm Bureau
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