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Rain Makes Grain? Maybe Not.

Thursday, Sep 23 2010

The old saying "rain makes grain" hasn't panned out for Chet Esther, who farms west of Beardstown, Ill. Rain drops have fallen a little too frequently and corn yields are coming in considerably under average. He's hoping those late rains benefited soybeans. The Esther family is participating in Farm Journal's Legacy Project.

 

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Rain Makes Grain? Maybe Not.

Thursday, Sep 23 2010

The old saying "rain makes grain" hasn't panned out for Chet Esther, who farms west of Beardstown, Ill. Rain drops have fallen a little too frequently and corn yields are coming in considerably under average. He's hoping those late rains benefited soybeans. The Esther family is participating in Farm Journal's Legacy Project.

 

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Rain Makes Grain? Maybe Not.

Thursday, Sep 23 2010

The old saying "rain makes grain" hasn't panned out for Chet Esther, who farms west of Beardstown, Ill. Rain drops have fallen a little too frequently and corn yields are coming in considerably under average. He's hoping those late rains benefited soybeans. The Esther family is participating in Farm Journal's Legacy Project.

 

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Rain Makes Grain? Maybe Not.

Thursday, Sep 23 2010

The old saying "rain makes grain" hasn't panned out for Chet Esther, who farms west of Beardstown, Ill. Rain drops have fallen a little too frequently and corn yields are coming in considerably under average. He's hoping those late rains benefited soybeans. The Esther family is participating in Farm Journal's Legacy Project.

 

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  • Consumers Connecting with Farmers At Fair Oaks Farm 6-28 audio
  • How Are My Pork Checkoff Dollars Spent? 6-23 audio
  • Using An App To Manage Your Employees Better 6-22 TP Podcast
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Rain Makes Grain? Maybe Not.

Thursday, Sep 23 2010

The old saying "rain makes grain" hasn't panned out for Chet Esther, who farms west of Beardstown, Ill. Rain drops have fallen a little too frequently and corn yields are coming in considerably under average. He's hoping those late rains benefited soybeans. The Esther family is participating in Farm Journal's Legacy Project.

 

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  • Using An App To Manage Your Employees Better 6-22 TP Podcast
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Rain Makes Grain? Maybe Not.

Thursday, Sep 23 2010

The old saying "rain makes grain" hasn't panned out for Chet Esther, who farms west of Beardstown, Ill. Rain drops have fallen a little too frequently and corn yields are coming in considerably under average. He's hoping those late rains benefited soybeans. The Esther family is participating in Farm Journal's Legacy Project.

 

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  • Using An App To Manage Your Employees Better 6-22 TP Podcast
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Rain Makes Grain? Maybe Not.

Thursday, Sep 23 2010

The old saying "rain makes grain" hasn't panned out for Chet Esther, who farms west of Beardstown, Ill. Rain drops have fallen a little too frequently and corn yields are coming in considerably under average. He's hoping those late rains benefited soybeans. The Esther family is participating in Farm Journal's Legacy Project.

 

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Rain Makes Grain? Maybe Not.

Thursday, Sep 23 2010

The old saying "rain makes grain" hasn't panned out for Chet Esther, who farms west of Beardstown, Ill. Rain drops have fallen a little too frequently and corn yields are coming in considerably under average. He's hoping those late rains benefited soybeans. The Esther family is participating in Farm Journal's Legacy Project.

 

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  • Consumers Connecting with Farmers At Fair Oaks Farm 6-28 audio
  • How Are My Pork Checkoff Dollars Spent? 6-23 audio
  • Using An App To Manage Your Employees Better 6-22 TP Podcast
  • Grill For It! A New Video Campaign To Inspire Consumers to Buy More Pork 6-21 audio
  • Teaching Consumers About Farmers 6-21 audio
  • New Project Connects Farmers to Consumers 6-16 audio
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Rain Makes Grain? Maybe Not.

Thursday, Sep 23 2010

The old saying "rain makes grain" hasn't panned out for Chet Esther, who farms west of Beardstown, Ill. Rain drops have fallen a little too frequently and corn yields are coming in considerably under average. He's hoping those late rains benefited soybeans. The Esther family is participating in Farm Journal's Legacy Project.

 

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  • Consumers Connecting with Farmers At Fair Oaks Farm 6-28 audio
  • How Are My Pork Checkoff Dollars Spent? 6-23 audio
  • Using An App To Manage Your Employees Better 6-22 TP Podcast
  • Grill For It! A New Video Campaign To Inspire Consumers to Buy More Pork 6-21 audio
  • Teaching Consumers About Farmers 6-21 audio
  • New Project Connects Farmers to Consumers 6-16 audio
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Rain Makes Grain? Maybe Not.

Thursday, Sep 23 2010

The old saying "rain makes grain" hasn't panned out for Chet Esther, who farms west of Beardstown, Ill. Rain drops have fallen a little too frequently and corn yields are coming in considerably under average. He's hoping those late rains benefited soybeans. The Esther family is participating in Farm Journal's Legacy Project.

 

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  • Consumers Connecting with Farmers At Fair Oaks Farm 6-28 audio
  • How Are My Pork Checkoff Dollars Spent? 6-23 audio
  • Using An App To Manage Your Employees Better 6-22 TP Podcast
  • Grill For It! A New Video Campaign To Inspire Consumers to Buy More Pork 6-21 audio
  • Teaching Consumers About Farmers 6-21 audio
  • New Project Connects Farmers to Consumers 6-16 audio
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Rain Makes Grain? Maybe Not.

Thursday, Sep 23 2010

The old saying "rain makes grain" hasn't panned out for Chet Esther, who farms west of Beardstown, Ill. Rain drops have fallen a little too frequently and corn yields are coming in considerably under average. He's hoping those late rains benefited soybeans. The Esther family is participating in Farm Journal's Legacy Project.

 

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  • Consumers Connecting with Farmers At Fair Oaks Farm 6-28 audio
  • How Are My Pork Checkoff Dollars Spent? 6-23 audio
  • Using An App To Manage Your Employees Better 6-22 TP Podcast
  • Grill For It! A New Video Campaign To Inspire Consumers to Buy More Pork 6-21 audio
  • Teaching Consumers About Farmers 6-21 audio
  • New Project Connects Farmers to Consumers 6-16 audio
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Rain Makes Grain? Maybe Not.

Thursday, Sep 23 2010

The old saying "rain makes grain" hasn't panned out for Chet Esther, who farms west of Beardstown, Ill. Rain drops have fallen a little too frequently and corn yields are coming in considerably under average. He's hoping those late rains benefited soybeans. The Esther family is participating in Farm Journal's Legacy Project.

 

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  • Consumers Connecting with Farmers At Fair Oaks Farm 6-28 audio
  • How Are My Pork Checkoff Dollars Spent? 6-23 audio
  • Using An App To Manage Your Employees Better 6-22 TP Podcast
  • Grill For It! A New Video Campaign To Inspire Consumers to Buy More Pork 6-21 audio
  • Teaching Consumers About Farmers 6-21 audio
  • New Project Connects Farmers to Consumers 6-16 audio
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Rain Makes Grain? Maybe Not.

Thursday, Sep 23 2010

The old saying "rain makes grain" hasn't panned out for Chet Esther, who farms west of Beardstown, Ill. Rain drops have fallen a little too frequently and corn yields are coming in considerably under average. He's hoping those late rains benefited soybeans. The Esther family is participating in Farm Journal's Legacy Project.

 

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  • Consumers Connecting with Farmers At Fair Oaks Farm 6-28 audio
  • How Are My Pork Checkoff Dollars Spent? 6-23 audio
  • Using An App To Manage Your Employees Better 6-22 TP Podcast
  • Grill For It! A New Video Campaign To Inspire Consumers to Buy More Pork 6-21 audio
  • Teaching Consumers About Farmers 6-21 audio
  • New Project Connects Farmers to Consumers 6-16 audio
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