March 29, 2010
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Transportation is an issue all over Brazil, and especially on farmer-maintained roads. Tyler talks about transportation issues they have, whether it’s wet or dry conditions.
Soybean harvest continues for Global Ag Farms in Bahia, Brazil. This field is being harvest by four combines, and beans are at 13.5% moisture. Tyler says there are about 2,000 acres at that stage that they’ll harvest. He thinks the beans look good and is expecting a good harvest from this field that had little disease pressure.
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