A Harvest With No Bounty: Area Farmers May Struggle to Break Even This Year

Talking to Carson Klosterman, one would never guess that farmers in the upper Midwest are heading into their fourth straight year of slumping commodity prices.

Klosterman, who just turned 30, is upbeat as he talks about the corn, soybeans and sugar beets he grows in Wyndmere on land that’s been in his family since 1918.

This attitude comes from a recent rally that’s allowed Klosterman to move some of his harvest from last year onto the market.

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