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Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Mon Oct 29, 2012 11:08 AM CDT

I have been busy harvesting corn during the last few weeks. Over and over again, I head down six rows of corn in what seems a never-ending quest to get done. One thing I'm very keen on is cutting harvest losses. That means setting the corn head properly, along with the cylinder speed, as well as the concave width. Nothing is perfect, but you do the best you can. I'm creating some real value with my corn this year. It leaves my farm and the economic multiplier from that surely supports many jobs in the agricultural community. Ditto across North ...

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