FARM LIFE NEWS
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Tue Nov 6, 2012 10:35 AM CST

With the calendar showing November, most of this year's corn/soybean harvest is in the bin. On my own farm, yields this year were on the low side compared to previous years. Hopefully Mother Nature will bless us with more moisture in 2013... and she could start this winter.

As I wrote this summer, the antique farm equipment organization that my dad and I belong to, the Elkhorn Valley Antique Power Association, moved its annual show to a new location and new time this year. The show is now held at the Sarpy County Fairgrounds in Springfield, Neb., during the county ...

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