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  • 8/14/2018 Steele County, MN: dry dry dry no big crop here

  • 8/14/2018 Saint Croix County, WI: Soybeans dreadful as far as the eye can see. No meaningful rain in a month. Corn holding in but yeild is definitely coming off especially in the lighter areas. Thank the lord corn is so far along. No rain in sight this August beans will only go backwards. 20-30 BPA if drought conditions continue. Thank you USDA for your continued efforts to bankrupt Americas Farmers


  • 8/13/2018 Pembina County, ND: Thank you USDA once again for Friday's report which really tanked prices.. you make farming so profitable..

  • 8/13/2018 Henry County, OH: Did a few spot yield checks on corn. Appears late May corn will be much better than early May corn that did not pollinate very well due to hot dry conditions.

  • 8/13/2018 Richland County, ND: Another USDA report taking a dry again maybe they should go out and look at the beans to see what's actually out there proseed 4071 Liberty link 4 ft tall about 25 pods a lot of them are two Bean no record yield there




  • 8/13/2018 Sioux County, IA: Could possibly be our best soybean crop we have ever had this year! Some areas are definitely too wet but overall we are very pleased! We are thankful for what looks to be a bountiful harvest! Our hearts go out to those who have experienced difficult circumstances this year. Wishing everyone a safe harvest! Proverbs 3:5-6.


  • 8/13/2018 Dearborn County, IN: From south east Indiana on the Indiana and Ohio state line. I haven't counted pods or ears. I did walk out in 2 different fields of corn. The first one I planted in Indiana and the last one I planted which is across the road in Ohio. there is about 2 weeks difference in planting dates. The ears are exactly the same on both. Two different seed companies even. Filled clear to the tip "but" two rows less in diameter and a few grains shorter. Just not as big of ears as last year. I traveled west yesterday and saw a lot of uneven corn. Neighbor plans to start chopping corn next week. We will learn a lot then. As if with the administrations help the grain market isn't beat down enough now we have too much in the field. After 45 years in the business I have learned the squeaky wheel gets the grease but we are so far down the line they cant hear us. This same thing happened during the Carter Administration when grain was embargoed to the Soviet Union. Hold ON for a bumpy ride

  • 8/11/2018 Dekalb County, MO: Without taking an "official" walk through of the crops it's a crapshoot but they're not good. A lot of silage being cut. I've heard yields from 0-50bpa with some guys quitting when they would hit what they thought would be 100 bpa corn. Beans don't have many pods but look pretty good. The pods that are there don't appear to have anything more than BBs. When I came through IL and IN right after the 4th things looked fantastic. Going to take a lot of 270 bpa to offset the 0's here. I've also been west. From Hiawatha, KS west, lots of silage being cut.

  • 8/10/2018 Richland County, ND: Crops in our area depend on who got rain. Some areas got a little too much and some needed more. Overall, wheat and beans look like they are on an average track with corn going to possibly blow the roof off. We started with subsoil moisture good and then timely rains have come about every other week. Corn was tasseled by 4th of July when we usually hope to be waist high. I hear early reports that wheat is 40-5- bpa and running high 14-16 protein.

  • 8/10/2018 Cayuga County, NY: When will farmers learn The government is not our friend I’m going to assume it’s you young guys who seem to think you always have to be bigger and better than everyone else. When will you learn when they call you about a survey your corn should be 150 bushel and you’re beans should be 40 bushel but instead you all seem to have to always have 250 bushel corn and 70 bushel beans. Well you better hope it is because you’re gonna need those yields with the prices going down dramatically because of your bigger and better than everyone else attitude it’s not a you know what measuring contest and maybe if you’re around long enough you’ll figure that out


  • 8/10/2018 Hillsdale County, MI: Rock on USDA we got 400 bu corn and 100 bu beans. NOT. It is just a game to drive prices down and the traders get rich along with everybody but the American farmer. Crops around here if you put the good with bad is going to be average. Still have waist high corn and some hasn't tasselled yet. But record yields!!

  • 8/10/2018 Polk County, IA: Corn looks good from the road. First 5 or 6 rows are average+. but go in from ther and it is another story. One 80 acre field of above average ground and yields had tremendous tip back, 15 rows! End result was that it ended up with an average of 16X22 with small kernals, all dented. Test weight to be determined, but I suspect under average. Another 80 acre field across the road looked like a carbon copy. Outside rows look good. Go in and the ears are dry, tipped back and average 18x20 kernals. Obviously 95 and 100 degree day temps could not, cool down enough at night causing a lot of tip back damage. What looked like 200 bu yields could well end up at 140. Beans appear to be on the same track as the corn. Plants look a bit below average, but still good. Pods just not developing and more heat and dry weather for the next 4 weeks in the forecast.

  • 8/10/2018 Ray County, MO: USDA. Missouri down 39 bushels an acre from last year? Keep going down. Final number closer to 100 around most parts

  • 8/10/2018 Cavalier County, ND: Soybean crop looked to be one of the best in last week of July but since then way above average temperatures and forecast highs in into the triple digits this weekend this crop has gone backwards. What looked excellent crop now is going to be way below average and little if any rain in forecast. Also later planted crops of Canola and wheat will see top yields come off too. With all the smoke from Canada blowing in they two must experiencing dry conditions which should even effect all their crop yields. How Two weeks can change crop potential with wrong weather.

  • 8/9/2018 Carroll County, IL: July 46%-75% precip. between farms. Spotty rains. We had not had rain for 17 days and it was getting very serious. I mowed pasture that has always been to wet. After rain went north then south on the 5th & 6th, we got a pop up 1.25 inches. According to NOAH Map, there are still sizable areas from the Quad Cities east across the state that missed the rain. We have great soils, but there is some firing stalks in areas. I was surprised at the 20 over APH last year and years of experience has taught me to expect a surprise of much less this year. Old varieties yielded fantastic last year so it was not a matter of new genetics, in my opinion. "It happens" to coin a phrase. Yes, I am over 60 years old and yes I did buy high priced land when it came available and I am not debt free nor do I plan to sell in the near future. http://water.weather.gov/precip/ Regular farmer

  • 8/8/2018 Cavalier County, ND: well 3-4 weeks ago the canola,wheat and soybeans were looking fairly good. That was then and no rain with temps in 80-90's since has beans really shutting down and canola shriveling up and turning brown. looks like harvest will be too soon and not enuf yield especially soys! Some wheat has been harvested 40 miles east of here and the thinking was 50-60 bpa. it came it at 35 with lots of protien. Big disappointment!! Of course protien premiums and discounts will disappear now. Im guessing they will look for other discounts such as vom or falling numbers. If we get a rain before wheat harvest gets going thedust will come off falling number meter!! But i will worry about all that as soon as it rains which needs to occur this week. next week will be too late! What a switch two years ago it was so wet 800 acres were lost because land was too wet to support a combine!

  • 8/8/2018 Wallace County, KS: Another storm more hail for some it never stops. This time 85 mph winds lots of damage to crops and buildings. Have seen some corn snapped at ground level. The yield average gets less every time it rains and to think rain is what we pray for. This will be a year to get behind us. Just hope we can do it again next year . Banks are starting to get tougher but I don't blame them I guess.

  • 8/8/2018 Hyde County, NC: Here in eastern NC we’ve had over 13” of rain the last 30 days. Over 20” since June 1st. Year to date we’ve recorded 50” of rain, with the 10 year average being 29” for this time of year. Too much rain all growing season. Lots of soggy fields with cotton and late planted soybeans really suffering. Early beans look decent and corn is very mixed bag.

  • 8/8/2018 Eaton County, MI: We are the garden spot as you go 2 miles in any direction and they are very dry. Took this picture just before mowing lawn.


  • 8/6/2018 Montgomery County, MO: ECMO is largely burnt. Few small localized areas have been blessed but majority hurt bad. We've had 1" rain since June 27th. Lots of 100* days with wind. and low humidity. Our corn looks to go 70 bu, maybe, while last year 170-200. Hope and pray still beans could make at the most 35 with rains. They have given up on the lighter ground tho. There will be no double crop beans as they lost all of July just sitting. Frost will finish them if by chance they do get rain. The drought monitor is not lying!

  • 8/5/2018 Putnam County, IN: Picked up 2.5 inches of rain last week over a 2 day period. 2nd crop beans doubled in height within 5 days. Beans planted in April look out of this world and that rain should go along way towards finishing them. Yield checked a field of 107 day corn planted on April 21st planted at 39,000 with 240 pounds of N at 257 BPA. Crossed the fence and checked the neighbors planted on April 22nd planted at 36,000 with 220 pounds of N at 239 BPA. As far as western Putnam county is concerned, it's fair to say we have the big crop everyone is talking about. More rain predicted early this week should give the 1st and 2nd crop beans another good boost.

  • 8/4/2018 Pembina County, ND: Anyone else feel like a yo-yo? Between drying up, tariffs on and off, markets dramatically swinging back and forth, wheat goes up but basis rise just to keep the peasant farmer at bay. The soybean farmer is taking the biggest hit with that $2 tariff drop a couple months back. USDA boasting even as a month ago about record crops and now some of them are actually walking the fields with egg on their face. I'm telling you, farmers are going to need psychiatric care when this year is done. But hey, we are going to get spoon fed a one time gov payment for this year so we are set for years to come even though we wont have any importers left.

  • 8/4/2018 Swift County, MN: corn looks good doing the windshield tour , but walk into the fields and wherever water stood the corn is yellow with very small ears no record yields this year.

  • 8/3/2018 Knox County, IL: Virtually all the corn around here was planted April 21-28. It all looks good at 55 mph. So I decided to check a random field in the neighborhood. Class 1 black prairie soil, worked ground, no residue, very loose and bone dry down to 4", 35,000 ears/acre. Couldn't tell you the brand or the variety, but it yield checked at 184 bu/ac. Oops...

  • 8/2/2018 Floyd County, IA: Feast or famine here. Very wet March through first half of July. Then the rain just about stopped. About a tenth from last evening's thunderstorm. The roots had no need to go down earlier. Should be interesting with three to four foot tall corn tasseled.

  • 8/2/2018 Fillmore County, MN: We have been fairly wet this far this year. We had a late start at planting, but the heat has gotten the crops caught up. There looks to be great potential with just a few wet, compaction areas.

  • 8/2/2018 Madison County, OH: Overall crops look excellent in our area. Most areas have received timely rains all year. A few areas of isolated dryness.

  • 8/2/2018 Lake Of The Woods County, MN: Finally some accuracy! But, only after the spring wheat tour revealed the truth out here in North Dakota. Did USDA, or should I say their drive by crop condition reporters, think the drought of 2017 was going to be eliminated by a month of timely rains? Late May and June rains got us off to a good start, but a mostly hot, dry July, with the exception of pockets that received timely thunderstorms, has dried out. The latest drought monitor is way off, it shows most of North Dakota out of drought...almost laughable. Soybeans and corn are suffering huge now, rain needs to come quick now to at least salvage an average crop, the big one is gone.

  • 8/2/2018 Wallace County, KS: Western ks, rains are spotty, when you do stone it's a flood with hail to go around for everyone. Most crops look fair at best due to hail in every storm. Some guys talking about giving up after a life time on the same place. We all need a little better luck.

  • 8/2/2018 Marshall County, IL: We have been in what many, including myself, thought was the garden spot of the Nation this year. Well if this is correct, there will be no record national yield this year. Tip back is the worst I’ve seen. Ears that were 40 long are now 28-32. All varieties, all companies. Yields will be 10% off of 2017.

  • 8/2/2018 Dallas County, IA: Crops looks decent but sure could use a drink! Driest July I can remember with only .4 in of rain all month.

  • 8/1/2018 Polk County, IA: Central Iowa missed another "chance" of rain and crops are starting to show it. After a month of nothing but an occasional light shower at best, corn on lighter soils is starting to fire and beans vary in height from knee high to 36". Certainly worse than an average year. How the crop finishes out is up in the air, but with rain chances slim to none for the next week and temps back in the 90's, it can only go downhill.

  • 7/31/2018 Richland County, WI: Have been a garden spot all summer. corn looks great from the road but no consistency in the field lots of tip back looks average /poor. Bean still looking good but have no chance at outyielding current price. On the brightside free government cheese coming to a soup line near you! Good luck.

  • 7/31/2018 Washington County, OH: On a hole corn is good. Some was planted 1th wk. of June, looks good. If fields are good draining, crops are good. Corn and S.Beans. Hay some died because of to much water. First cutting was large, second cutting , very little. Lot of people did not get corn or S.Beans planted. Worse field I've seen is 10 miles west of Zanesville. Oh beside Int. State 70 .

  • 7/31/2018 Caldwell County, MO: Beans pretty much done turning yellow, water is a issue for the cattle, tree’s look like it’s october


  • 7/30/2018 Douglas County, KS: SAD, corn just south of us going into silage as fast as they can get it cut. Much of it has no grain showing jn the silage. Beans between knee and waist high but very very few pods can stay on. Looks good in early morning, but by 10:A.M. wilted and rolled up. Some of our corn burned real bad. We have lived through this before but now our inputs are out of sight on the high side. It hurts when you hear in news reports of millions of dollars of profits large companies make off of AG. Not to mention any company names, but stop and think it is not hard to name quite a few of them.

  • 7/30/2018 Richland County, IL: W. half of co. Jun 1-26 6.01", 0"27-30. Jul. 1-30 1.01", divided over 6 days of rain. .28"most in 1 day. Corn looked great most stalks had 2 silks. Now rolled up, ears small dia. . Beans will be lot of stalk not much beans. If we don't get rain real soon.

  • 7/30/2018 Barnes County, ND: 7 to 10% of our beans are dead to much rain at once now starting to get dry less than average yields here

  • 7/29/2018 Pottawattamie County, IA: No rain since the first week of July. Most crops not hit by wind damage look good, but need rain to fill. Some of my wind damaged corn will be lucky to make 40 bu./acre. spraying of beans with insecticide and fungicide in full swing.

  • 7/28/2018 Dallas County, IA: Ground very hard and very dry. Forecast rains never materialize./

  • 7/28/2018 Douglas County, SD: last week finally some sunshine ,beans starting to grow some and color looking better. corn has pollinated well, and looks good, but have talked to several local pilots and is a different story from the air. Approx. 20 to 40% of fields are drowned out from excessive rainfall earlier in year. It looks like 180 from the road, but probably 135-140 when we harvest everything.

  • 7/27/2018 Livingston County, IL: Mother nature tease us most year with just enough rain and now pulled the rug from under our feet missed all the rains for last 3 weeks corn firing and beans shrinking. If you got the rains be thankful.

  • 7/27/2018 Trempealeau County, WI: Harvested 3 crops so far this year, had a half of crop of peas, just over a half of crop of oats, about a half a crop of rye. Just got back results on early sweet corn, which was harvested a week ahead of schedule. That came in at 75% of normal. Granted these can be fickle crops to grow, but they didn't look that bad. Unusually hot early on? Just making this farmer a little nervous about the corn, beans and rest of sweetcorn. We have had pretty good weather around these parts although the rain has been scarce the last 3 weeks

  • 7/27/2018 Dekalb County, IL: Plenty of rain up to July 1. Now have had less than an inch of rain this month. Things will start going downhill without a good rain soon

  • 7/27/2018 Clark County, SD: Syngenta was the Swiss sold out to Chem China $45 Billion,then approved Extend Soys within days. 25% tariffs on Soybeans, Now ask yourself why in the world would I ever even think of Buying NK,Golden Harvest,Seeds or any of there chemicals,there junk to begin with. Boycott,Boycott,Boycott.Get Real Producers?

  • 7/27/2018 Cheyenne County, NE: Winer wheat harvest all but wrapped up. Yields dissappointing to all- time records. All dependent on hail damage and timely rainfall. Dryland corn here looks great. It's tasseling and setting ears. Scattered rain this mornig did'nt hurt anyyhing.. Brfore anyone gets to excited. Max plant populations run about 15K or less on dryland. A good dryland crop here might make 70 - 80 bu./a

  • 7/27/2018 Carroll County, MO: It's pretty much done here. Where the corn silage is being cut, 0 to 13 bushel estimate. Some of the Soybeans we're eaten up by Japanese Beatles. Other beans are hanging on but very short and dropping blooms. Talked to my banker the other day, the ones with crop insurance still won't break even, the rest it will be very very hard. Looking at budgets for next year with new crop prices the way they are, will not cash flow. Count your blessings rest of the country, us here in Missouri and south are taking it on the chin. Better Pray that this drought doesn't spread and go into next year, because it can in a heart beat.

  • 7/26/2018 Lucas County, IA: Large cracks showing up in the ground. With corn kernels filling and beans setting pods we need rain badly. Been missing everything meaningful, for a month.

  • 7/25/2018 Palo Alto County, IA: Been a challenging year for us. 2 April snowstorms set us up for a late spring followed by record rainfall and cold temps. Light ground and pattern tiles farms look good but the normal high producing acres are junk. Looking at a sub average bean crop (august will tell the tale) and corn will be off average by 30-40 % my best guess. Will be alot of the high rolling cash rent guys go under with these low prices and yields. Good luck to all trying to make a living off this disease they call farming.

  • 7/25/2018 Henry County, OH: Weather people had everyone excited with the prediction of two inches of rain over the weekend. Two tenths and the excitement is gone.

  • 7/25/2018 Ward County, ND: I’m not denying good yields for North Dakota’s wheat crop but record yields are somewhat comical. There’s a lot of head scab starting to show up in my dryer areas, which makes me believe the areas that got more moisture it’s worse. After counting kernels and looking at heads the heat did stress it enough to cut away a little on yield. Most pressing issue I see are stand counts. With such a dry spring tillering did not happen so most fields have a low plant population. And finally later seeded wheat looked amazing, but that was before it headed. The heat really took its role. I don’t expect much of the later wheat to even produce average yields.

  • 7/25/2018 Jackson County, IA: Here in extreme East Central Iowa we are still looking really good. Received anywheres from 2 to 3 inches of rain this past week. Fungicide application is just starting in our area. Just cut down 3rd crop hay. If anyone thinks that the reason the markets go up and down is because of what people post on this page, I think you're sadly mistaken. I enjoy reading actual crop comments.



  • 7/23/2018 Sampson County, NC: I have seen this scenario time and time again. If the corn belt plants a timely crop and 50% gets adequate rain through the 4th of July the trade will assume a trendline or better yield. You have Jerry G. predicting 240 to 300 bu for Illinois alone. If another equal acreage state averages 150bu (very unlikely at this point ) we will still be above trendline. So get use to a very large crop. But our buyers know a bargain when they see one and it will have a place to go. N.C. yields will be all over the place for all crops. Rainfall has been spotty at best. Corn is a done deal with harvest to start in 2 weeks . We will have 50 bu fields and a mile away 200 bu ones. Beans still have a ways to go and will be very inconsistent .Goodluck to all.

  • 7/23/2018 Fillmore County, MN: Here in SE corner of the state corn looks great on good well drained soil. Wet areas or poorly drained fields are not aesthetically pleasing to the eyes. Nor are they going to be on the grain monitors this fall. Never seen it this wet for this long. Moisture has slowed down in last two weeks finally. Most of the corn is tasseled or close to being completed. My question is will the wet areas this year equall shallow ridges or rocky areas that show up on a dry year? I guess we will find out. I’ve always felt corn does a better when it is a little on the dry side.

  • 7/23/2018 Goodhue County, MN: Harvesting Oats today, good test weight with average yields.



  • 7/20/2018 Richland County, ND: Lots of shorts and poor looking beans but this channel 89 day corn is impressive must be at least 10 ft tall


  • 7/20/2018 Crow Wing County, MN: Wet wet wet, many sugarbeet and corn fields like this in southern mn.

  • 7/19/2018 Deuel County, SD: Crops look better than ever in our area. A lot of corn and beans put in later than average, but they've caught up and are surpassing past years. We're all hoping that means bigger yield as well. Hay has been hard to put up because of rain. Pastures are holding up. A lot of waterhemp pressure in soybeans. but beans are getting too big to spray. Timely and adequate rains and a lot of sun and humidity is sure to bring Deuel County's crop through the roof!

  • 7/19/2018 Fond Du Lac County, WI: Just thought I would share a photo that my wife took the other day just showing how to appreciate the new life this time of year on the farm. In the photo is my Daughter Isabella in an old shed we have were we found some new baby Kittens. My daughter loves this time of year and was super excited when we finally found them!! Life on the farm nothing better.


  • 7/19/2018 Lenawee County, MI: dry, corn and beans need a drink real bad. been about 3.5 weeks since last rain. going down hill!

  • 7/19/2018 Buffalo County, NE: A severe thunderstorm with high wind and golf ball sized hail took the "cream off the top" of many corn and bean fields in my area last night. Some bean fields are pretty much totally defoliated-I shudder to think what they will look like weed wise by harvest,....if they make it that far. Corn is stripped up, time will tell how much damage was done as many fields were in the midst of pollination. We did our part to help keep the carry over down! Thank God for insurance. Good luck to all

  • 7/18/2018 Stearns County, MN: On the verge of a bumper crop of corn and soybeans this year in most of Minnesota. Crops look great and 1-2" slow rain predicted for tomorrow. What could possibly go wrong?? HA HA

  • 7/18/2018 Polk County, IA: 7-12 inch rains two weeks ago and nothing since. Other than the numerous drowned out spots in every field, crops look good. But for how long, as evidenced by lawns going brown and dormant. Numerous communities in the state are asking for "no watering lawns". Any weather fronts passing through the central and southern portions of Iowa are producing spotty rains at best. Need steady rains in the weeks to come.

  • 7/18/2018 Clark County, MO: All you people bragging on how good things look will be the first to complain when you have all these bushel and no price. But one good thing about it you will have alot of trips to the elevator and less to the bank. Oh, and here we are frying like an egg in a skillet. Corns white by 8am and beans are hanging on.....for now...! Pastures burnt up and ponds to low to speak of. Good luck to All!

  • 7/18/2018 Madison County, OH: For all you guys worried about people talking about how good their crops are bringing down the market why don’t you look at the true culprit of our price collapse-trump and his tariffs. #making farming great again. Btw crops in central Ohio look awesome.

  • 7/17/2018 Sibley County, MN: I am in agreement with most of the MN farmers on here, crops are less than average, significant areas of the field drowned out. Then a large area of small corn or beans around the drowned out area. Substantial yield hit coming. Just got my crop insurance paperwork back last night and I was thinking if prices stay low like now, I'll have a claim most certainly as the yield is not going to be there. This is far from an even "Top 10" year let alone above trend line yields. I'm sure the pro-farmer tour will again tout big crops, we always have that to look forward to, oh boy!

  • 7/17/2018 Caldwell County, MO: Corn is being chopped for feed, Little if any corn will go to market from are area, Beans are from knee high to ankle high depends on where the rain came through, In my option if we have 15 bushel beans that will be tops, pasture and ponds are gone, got Amish pumping water 3 1/2 miles from a lake, if we don’t get rain soon the cattle guys will not have water for the winter.

  • 7/17/2018 Minnehaha County, SD: To the fella fromTuscola co Mi why not send in the picture of the poorer crop? Proves my point farmers like to brag and don’t want to look bad in any way! Was watching a local news story about the tariffs and to no surprise the farmers interviewed said nothing to address pricing their product but we will have to produce more! Have we noticed in the past few years how new machinery and even parts are more expensive but not on hand at the dealership! They’re pricing their product! What a novel idea!

  • 7/17/2018 De Kalb County, IN: Wheat yields here averaged 70 bu/a , poor after 100 bu average the last 3 years, every buddy around here saying the same

  • 7/17/2018 Livingston County, IL: Huge corn and bean crop on the way here again if weather cooperates from here on out. The sun and the rain is free,but the seed,the fertilizer,the fuel,and equipment ISN’T. What I’m trying to say is $3.00 corn,$8.00 beans isn’t gonna pay the bills. With all this tariff stuff going on,I guess we better get used to it.

  • 7/16/2018 Black Hawk County, IA: Not sure what Coles County IL is looking at but the corn in central, eastern and northeast Iowa are excellent. Beans are looking even better. Most gd days in years.

  • 7/16/2018 Walsh County, ND: After reading another comment from a fellow farmer I understand now where we get the crop ratings numbers. If they've (soil conservation employee) never farmed and don't actually get off there butt to check the crop, how accurate can the numbers be? Do they really care, they don't have skin in the game and won't effect their paycheck. Unlike ours!! After this past weekend (July 14, 15th) of hot, dry, windy weather crops here have taken a noticeable turn for the worse. Wheat fields have turned white, top quarter of heads have been abandoned and won't be filled. Soybeans are thinning and dropping yellowed/brown leaves, abandoning flowers and pods at the top. They are two weeks ahead because of the early warm weather, so they really need that August finishing rain NOW to make beans. Be interesting to see where the crop ratings are this week. More fake reporting?

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