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This month's cover story: In Mark Maple’s neck of the woods in north-central Indiana, the crops are all over the board.  “Where the corn’s good, it’s good, but we have drown outs, replanted areas and places we couldn’t plant until late June,” he says. The same is true for Jeff Huitt in central Iowa. “We’re preparing for additional expenses — comparing propane cost for our dryer and putting up grain in our bins versus going

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