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It's agriculture - we keep working

Louise Oleson,
DLJ editor
Apart from the pandemic, farmers in North Dakota have had some tough years recently, two years in a row where excess moisture and cooler weather hindered spring planting and fall harvest. Heavy snow, in some areas as many as 24 to 36 inches, too early in October of 2019, left most of the state's corn crop in the fields over winter freeze-up.