FARM LIFE NEWS
View From the Cab
Tue Nov 6, 2012 01:38 PM CST

LANGDON, Mo. (DTN) -- From pasture to pasture or field to field, agriculture is a business of back and forth. Now, as seasons change and days grow shorter, harvesters have followed a maze of crops to their natural conclusion.

That's the way it is for View From the Cab farmers Katie Sanger Hancock of Water Valley, Ky., and Ryan Brodersen of Randolph, Neb., as a challenging year draws to a close.

We've reached the end of the row for DTN View From the Cab 2012.

Katie isn't entirely finished with harvest. A few double-crop ...

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