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Iowa Corn Beats Expectations While Minnesota’s Crop Suffers

Mike Berdo grows corn and soybeans in Washington County, Iowa, but even he’s surprised by the quality of his state’s crop this year. MORE>

Too Much Corn With Nowhere to Go as U.S. Farmers Plan for Record

The ripening corn and soybean fields stretch for miles in every direction from Dennis Wentworth’s farm in Downs, Illinois. MORE>

Best Bet Against High Propane Prices? More On-Farm Storage

Instead of being a victim of high prices, protect yourself and by ensuring you have adequate propane supplies on hand to meet your fall and winter needs.  MORE>

Illinois Crops Crush Competition

From the 2014 Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour, corn yield surges 15.5% compared to last year; soybean pod counts jump 16.4%. MORE>

Western Indiana Looks Like ‘Sweet-Spot’ for Yields

USDA has predicted Indiana to be one of the nation’s hot-spots, producing over the nation’s national yield average in both corn and soybeans.  MORE>


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