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View From the Cab
Mon May 12, 2014 01:26 PM CDT

LANGDON, Mo. (DTN) -- Those who raise the seven major U.S. crops look a little like a good-old-boys club of middle-aged, white American farmers. But with this year's View From the Cab farmers Karen Johnson of Avoca, Iowa, and 20-something Jamie Harris of Madison, Fla., it's safe to say View From the Cab 2014 definitely doesn't fit that demographic.

When viewed by passing cars, the 5-mile-per-hour pace of farming progress measured in days must seem anything but fast. But still, Karen and her husband Bill are moving right along. "We never seem to get ...

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