South Dakota farmers to plant more corn, less soybeans
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota farmers this spring are expected to plant more corn than they did last year but less soybeans.
The Agriculture Department projects South Dakota’s corn crop at 6 million acres, up 13 percent from 2018. The soybean crop is forecast at 5.2 million acres, down 8 percent.
Other crops with expected increases are oil sunflowers, barley and dry peas.
Other crops with projected decreases are spring wheat, hay, oats and sorghum.