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Winter leaves farmers some questions about spring planting

7:59 AM, Mar. 31, 2013
Frank Schroeder, left, and David Schroeder, both from Cecil, look over a planter on display during the 53rd Annual WPS Farm Show at the EAA grounds in Oshkosh this week.
Frank Schroeder, left, and David Schroeder, both from Cecil, look over a planter on display during the 53rd Annual WPS Farm Show at the EAA grounds in Oshkosh this week.
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Area producers may still have some uncertainty over exactly what -- and how many-- acres will be planted to a specific crop this year, but major shifts are not expected.

Valders dairy producer Loren Ulness said his final decisions will come down to just how long it takes for planting weather to roll around.

"There are some hay acres that are potentially frozen out that could be planted to corn," he said earlier this week after looking at a new planter on display at the Wisconsin Public Service Farm Show in Oshkosh. "We don't know what the ice has done to the hay fields, so that's where there's a ...

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