Minnesota farmers turn away from wheat corn soybeans more profitable

WOLVERTON, Minn. – Jay Nord surveyed his wheat field from the seat of a combine as he mowed down this year’s crop. The impressive machine is a new Case IH with 60 percent more horsepower than his old combine and the ability to harvest one-third more grain with each pass. Of course, if he grew only wheat, he wouldn’t be driving it. The big money to reinvest in new equipment …

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