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Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor
Tue Nov 11, 2014 09:55 AM CST

The television monitors at Reagan National Airport looked like they were bleeding. Two thirds of the inbound flights faced delays related to this year's first big snowstorm, and I crossed my fingers that my flight route through Atlanta would get me home.

Many farmers woke up this morning feeling the same way -- hoping they'd still have time to finish up harvest before the death knell of a snowy winter.

Fortunately, I made it home without a hiccup. It looks like farmers have a pretty good chance of finishing harvest, too.

Monday's crop progress report shows that corn harvest is ...

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