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Farmers Stick to Planting Plans
Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor
Mon Jun 23, 2014 01:58 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- A rainy spring made planting difficult for some farmers this year, but for the most part, growers stuck with their original planting plans, a recent DTN 360 Poll shows.

The poll highlighted the regional nature of this spring's rain, but it also showed that a majority of farmers prefer to stick to their typical crop rotation.

More than 400 farmers responded to the question "Have you altered your planting from your early spring plans?" between June 5 and June 17. The most popular response, at 62%, was "No, I stuck with my typical rotation."

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