Will you take prevented planting acres for soybeans this year?

We asked you about corn a couple weeks ago, and now we want to know about soybeans. With the continuing rain and flooding and farmers not being able to STILL get into the field for planting, will you take prevented planting acres on your soybeans? Will you plant a cover crop instead? Are you hoping to get some bean acres planted even though the final planting date has passed? Or, does your insurance not even cover prevented planting for soybeans? Take the poll and let us know. Feel free to comment about your situation with your county and state and what your plan is for unplanted soybean acres for 2013.

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on Sep 4, 2014

Of course it is important to take planting acres on soybeans. Everybody suggests that including our government. There are many advantages for it. But what I do not like is the high price of crops. It does not make any sense at all.
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