Nebraska Farmer Prepares to Plant Pinto Beans | Fridays in the Field | Ep. 3
Agronomy • 5m 30s
Glenn Miller stays busy on his operation, raising cattle, corn, dry edible beans, alfalfa, and winter wheat.
Miller, who farms in Sioux County in Nebraska, shares how he balances his time among those commodities.
He said he'll plant pinto beans in a few weeks and, thanks to recent rains, be able to irrigate his alfalfa this growing season.
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