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View From the Cab
Wed Jul 23, 2014 10:17 AM CDT

LANGDON, Mo. (DTN) -- Almost anywhere sky and earth meet, farmers grow crops for a hungry world. That's the way it is for View From the Cab farmers Jamie Harris of Madison, Fla., and Karen Johnson of Avoca, Iowa, as they watch it all come together.

Normal highs at Jamie's family farm, Jimmy Harris and Sons, would be in the 90s, with sunny skies and a persistent chance for rain almost every day. Jamie has seen as much as an inch of rain fall from sunny skies. "They always say if you don't like ...

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