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View From the Cab
Thu Nov 20, 2014 09:56 AM CST

LANGDON, Mo. (DTN) -- View from the Cab farmers Karen Johnson of Avoca, Iowa, and Jamie Harris of Madison, Fla., have nearly completed another successful year. And while all good things must come to an end, both Karen and Jamie know that as seasons change, one good thing on the farm always leads to another.

A late-season harvest crush of food crops, iron clay peas and broccoli, means Jamie's winter-shortened workdays both begin and end in the dark. He told DTN via text message that recent Florida weather has been a mixed bag.

"We ...

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