Sorghum replacing corn in western CornBelt?
This is a geographic-limited question, but one I've been curious about. Has there been a move in western areas to replace corn with sorghum? I talked with people at Commodity Classic, and they were talking about sorghum even moving into some areas like Indiana.
Has there been anything like this in your area?
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Re: Sorghum replacing corn in western CornBelt?
No sorghum in our area of Iowa that I know of. Dad tried some 50 years ago and didn't care for it. I suppose the only market would be the feed mills.