North Dakota Farms Dodge Drought, Grain Prices Rise
July 23 (Bloomberg) -- Clark Coleman, a North Dakota farmer who raises diversified crops about 15 miles north of Bismarck, talks with Bloomberg's Alan Bjerga about the state's more accomodating crop conditions in the midst of a severe U.S. drought. While many fields in the Midwest wither in crippling heat, more-northern regions thus far have been largely spared, bringing an opportunity to reap higher profits. (Source: Bloomberg)
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