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  • Western Canada is experiencing a very wet spring/summer--to the extent that a very high percentage of wheat did not get planted

    Western Canada is experiencing a very wet spring/summer--to the extent that a very high percentage of wheat did not get planted across the prairies.Ducks Unlimited Canada along with Bayer Crop Science are offering farmers substantial incentives to plant winter wheat.Hopefully if the weather cooperates, the farmers can get this in the ground later this year.At this point however there is certainly going to be less for the birds as they begin the migration.So if you notice birds ahead of normal this year let us know up in Canada--picking in the fields is going to be sparse at best.Winter wheat will produce some green feed -- if the weather allows for planting.

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