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This month's cover story: A Farmer’s Firsthand Take of COVID-19 Calving and planting season have been anything but typical for Matthew Raver in Greensburg, Ind. Around March 26, he came down with a fever — and it stuck with him for 12 days. “I lost 35 lb. while I was sick just because I couldn't really eat,” Raver reflects. His story started a few days earlier while trying to bottle feed a newborn calf. The protec

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