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Machinery Chatter
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Wed Nov 19, 2014 07:15 AM CST

The 2014 growing season on our farm is wrapped up as we finished harvest on Friday, November 7. This year's growing season will be one we remember for years because of the weather challenges we faced.

As I wrote earlier this summer, the farm I live on was hit by a severe thunderstorm on June 3. This storm featured wind-driven, large hail and 4 inches of rain in a very short time.

Results of the storm included severe roof and siding damage to our home and buildings, many trees toppled over, knocked down power lines and much crop damage. For ...

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