Join Date: Apr 2014
Location: central manitoba
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How on earth did you get crop insurance out to look at it this early in the year?
My advice would be to leave it be. There is still time for a decent outcome. Even if it does go the estimated 20-25 bushels, it will cover some of the costs and not be a total loss. I think if you sow it to Durum, there would still be a good chance it wouldn't amount to much,much like the canola might not, but then you are out the costs of trying to grow a wheat crop. Not to mention getting a little late is it not? I would leave the canola a little longer, see what happens, if it dies off or you get a rain too late for it to make it, might be better at that time to sow it to something for green feed if the moisture situation improves. It's hard to play the wait and see game, especially when the clock is ticking. I feel for you.
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