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BUSINESS 07:28AM Jul 16, 2019

The Gravedigger’s Tale: Farm Venture Turns Into Ministry

David Heidt is far more than a gravedigger—he is a minister of comfort. Beneath the ground of Heidt’s farmland, 2,500 meticulous horse burials testify to his care and service.


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John Phipps: A New Technique For Double Planting

This year has been all about planting. When can we get started? When can we get started again? What if I never get done? Remind me again why I look
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Flood Concerns Continue Following Hurricane Barry
Forecasters say more than a foot of rain has fallen
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Crops Need an Extra Month to Finish
USDA says condition ratings are on the rise for corn
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Things Are Continuing to Heat Up and Dry Out
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