I am getting a little bit concerned about what that might mean later for them this summer.” Rain Delays are Very Real — The Gulke Group president Jerry Gulke says yield is still a big discussion for the markets right now and the rain delays are very real in the Midwest. It looks like we could get into the field to plant again this next week.
“I got a call from someone out west and they asked, ‘is it really that bad? We need really good weather here on out to get as good of yields as last year.” Gulke says not saying it can’t happen, but the odds aren’t in favor.
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