NEWS
Cheri Zagurski DTN Managing Editor
Tue Nov 4, 2014 01:12 PM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- The calendar page has turned to November. (If yours hasn't, you better get on that.) Trees are dropping more and more of their foliage. We've had to break down and turn on the furnace more than once. And in a "normal" year nearly three-quarters of the nation's corn crop would be in the bin, according to USDA's crop progress report.

However, the 2014 growing season has been anything but average. For some, there was a wet spring and late planting. For some, an extremely wet spring/early summer and hail and replanting. For some, the best weather they ...

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