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Midwest Crop Tour - 4
Thu Aug 22, 2013 11:11 PM CDT

ROCHESTER, Minn. (DTN) -- Will the 2013 crop make it to the finish line and will the crop in the eastern Midwest outweigh the prevented and late planting problems in the west? How will that uncertainty influence the market? Those questions continued to hover as the 2013 Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour drew to a close Thursday.

Scouts from both the western and eastern legs of the tour converged on Iowa and Minnesota on the tour's final day. The average yield for Iowa corn was 171.94 bushels per ...

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