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Re: MT it's getting closer to your yield.

In the past 20 years a tremondus amount of work has been done for drainage and irrigation and fertility. Yields have really come up. Also thousands of acres of cotton are gone and it is always planted on the best ground.
For years it was said it didn't matter if we made a crop or not, the Midwest was what counted.
Well there's sure a bunch of grain comes out of the mid south now. Maybe it still doesn't matter though.

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Re: MT it's getting closer to your yield.

Corn on our Mississippi Co. farm Is running from 150 -180 dryland 200- 230 irrigated A little rice cut by neighbors yields are average.Early  beans are well off normal. Our beans are planted later. They will be much better than the yields I have heard. 

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