Falling barley prices mean fewer acres plantedNorth Dakota drops to third in national production
SHEYENNE, N.D. – Barley always has been part of Mark Seastrand’s life. The crop was grown on his family farm when he was a boy, and the Sheyenne farmer continues to raise it today. Though Seastrand still likes barley, he’s not growing as much as he once did.
By: Jonathan Knutson, Forum Communications Co. , INFORUM