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Cheri Zagurski DTN Managing Editor
Wed Oct 8, 2014 11:28 AM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- Midwest farmers are getting busy.

I see it in my Twitter feed and Facebook account via photos of fields being cut and quick notes about yields and moisture levels.

I see it in the soybean and corn fields I drive by around my home county of Sarpy in Nebraska. Fields full of dried corn or soybean plants are empty the next morning. Tractors can be spotted late, lighting the night as the crop is gathered and moved to (hopefully) suitable storage space.

I see it in my email box, where I receive fewer and fewer reports from ...

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