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Farmers hoping to move planting ahead with dry weather

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Farmers hoping to move planting ahead with dry weather

By Dar Danielson Cool, wet weather has kept the planting season from getting into full swing, but that could change this week. Iowa Ag Secretary, Bill Northey, says farmers are anxious to get things moving. “Last week we really didn’t get much planting done, there may’ve bee a few spots that did, but most of the state was […]

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