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View From the Cab
Thu Sep 18, 2014 07:43 AM CDT

LANGDON, Mo. (DTN) -- American agriculture is as diverse as land and climate allow. Harvest is drawing near as the approaching fall equinox signals crops to mature for View from the Cab farmers Karen Johnson and her husband Bill of Avoca, Iowa. But at Madison, Fla., where Karen's counterpart Jamie Harris farms with his family at Jimmy Harris and Sons family farm, the growing season has room for one more crop.

Season's end in Florida is bringing a rush of work not just to harvest peanuts, but also to plant the last crop of ...

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