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Soybeans are just breaking through the ground across Sampson County, and here a farmer is checking the spacing on the newly planted beans. According to NC agricultural statistics, farmers here planted 69,000 acres of soybeans in 2015, the last year where recorded stats are available. Of that 69,000 acres, 68,500 acres were harvested producing 36 bushels per acre or a total of 2,435,000 bushels.


Soybeans are just breaking through the ground across Sampson County, and here a farmer is checking the spacing on the newly planted beans. According to NC agricultural statistics, farmers here planted 69,000 acres of soybeans in 2015, the last year where recorded stats are available. Of that 69,000 acres, 68,500 acres were harvested producing 36 bushels per acre or a total of 2,435,000 bushels.

Soybeans are just breaking through the ground across Sampson County, and here a farmer is checking the spacing on the newly planted beans. According to NC agricultural statistics, farmers here planted 69,000 acres of soybeans in 2015, the last year where recorded stats are available. Of that 69,000 acres, 68,500 acres were harvested producing 36 bushels per acre or a total of 2,435,000 bushels.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_soybeans2.jpgSoybeans are just breaking through the ground across Sampson County, and here a farmer is checking the spacing on the newly planted beans. According to NC agricultural statistics, farmers here planted 69,000 acres of soybeans in 2015, the last year where recorded stats are available. Of that 69,000 acres, 68,500 acres were harvested producing 36 bushels per acre or a total of 2,435,000 bushels.
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