WHEAT prices have been a disappointment for farmers throughout the country this season, but many North Dakota farmers have another reason to be upset as vomitoxin has been found in much of the wheat in the northwest portion of the state.
The discovery has made grain elevators cautious about buying the wheat and has lowered the prices offered to farmers who have the tainted grain.
For farmers with untainted durum, however, pr
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