Southern Crop

Southern Crop

Wheat Acres Drop to 100-Year Low

A recent Twitter post by a farmer sums up the views of many U.S. wheat growers today. “Yes, I’m planting wheat, and no, I don’t know why,” the farmer said.

 

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