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View From the Cab
Mon Mar 24, 2014 08:36 AM CDT

LANGDON, Mo. (DTN) -- From sea to shining sea, climate variation and adaptable hybrids have expanded the U.S. Corn and Soybean Belt. That's why Jamie Harris of Madison, Fla., is one of this year's DTN View From the Cab farmers. By any definition, the broad mix of crops he grows qualifies him as a full-fledged family farmer.

At 25, Jamie is less than half the average U.S. farmer's age of 58. After high school and a stint at a community college, Jamie joined his dad, Jimmy, and brother, Jarrod, on their fourth-generation farm known ...

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