Readying the beans for planting


Workers load soybeans into a tractor’s planters, preparing them for transplant into a field on Tram Road in Duplin County. Duplin ranks 7th in the production of soybeans in North Carolina, planting 58,500 acres with an average of 37 bushels per acre yield for a total of 2,0800,000 produced. Sampson was ranked 3rd in the state in cash sales receipts of soybeans in 2014, planting 69,000 acres, with an average 36 bushels per acre yield for a total of 2,435,000 bushels.


Workers load soybeans into a tractor’s planters, preparing them for transplant into a field on Tram Road in Duplin County. Duplin ranks 7th in the production of soybeans in North Carolina, planting 58,500 acres with an average of 37 bushels per acre yield for a total of 2,0800,000 produced. Sampson was ranked 3rd in the state in cash sales receipts of soybeans in 2014, planting 69,000 acres, with an average 36 bushels per acre yield for a total of 2,435,000 bushels.

Workers load soybeans into a tractor’s planters, preparing them for transplant into a field on Tram Road in Duplin County. Duplin ranks 7th in the production of soybeans in North Carolina, planting 58,500 acres with an average of 37 bushels per acre yield for a total of 2,0800,000 produced. Sampson was ranked 3rd in the state in cash sales receipts of soybeans in 2014, planting 69,000 acres, with an average 36 bushels per acre yield for a total of 2,435,000 bushels.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_farming4-1.jpgWorkers load soybeans into a tractor’s planters, preparing them for transplant into a field on Tram Road in Duplin County. Duplin ranks 7th in the production of soybeans in North Carolina, planting 58,500 acres with an average of 37 bushels per acre yield for a total of 2,0800,000 produced. Sampson was ranked 3rd in the state in cash sales receipts of soybeans in 2014, planting 69,000 acres, with an average 36 bushels per acre yield for a total of 2,435,000 bushels.
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