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Billboard
Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney & Jason Aldean Ready Fall Albumssome of the genre’s biggest male stars -- plus newcomer Kane Brown -- are eyein
Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney & Jason Aldean Ready Fall Albums
Billboard / Posted an hour ago
some of the genre’s biggest male stars -- plus newcomer Kane Brown -- are eyeing the top of the charts. Fall Album: Farm Tour: Here’s to the Farmer, out Sept. 23, an EP of all-new songs timed to coincide with his latest tour. Recent Hit:... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Weekend rain, hail hamper harvest efforts in areas of WestmanAJ Armstrong shows some of the hail that hit his family farm east of Boissevain
Weekend rain, hail hamper harvest efforts in areas of Westman
Brandon Sun / Posted 10 hours ago
AJ Armstrong shows some of the hail that hit his family farm east of Boissevain. (SUBMITTED) A photo of the front that rolled through Westman near Boissevain. Clouds brought rain and hail on Sunday evening. (SUBMITTED) Rain and hail over the... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Drought produces western Mass. region’s driest summer since 1956SOUTHAMPTON, Mass. (AP) — Southampton farmer Tom Bashista doesn’t bother with i
Drought produces western Mass. region’s driest summer since 1956
WWLP Springfield / Posted 19 hours ago
SOUTHAMPTON, Mass. (AP) — Southampton farmer Tom Bashista doesn’t bother with insuring his crops. What’s the use, he says, of spending all your earnings from a good year on insurance, waiting for a bad year to come along? He’s standing next to an... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Crabtree Farms Fall Plant Sale And Festival Is Sept. 9-10Crabtree Farms fall plant sale and festival celebrates the abundance fall and w
Crabtree Farms Fall Plant Sale And Festival Is Sept. 9-10
The Chattanoogan / Posted yesterday
Crabtree Farms fall plant sale and festival celebrates the abundance fall and winter gardens can provide. The sale takes place Saturday, Sept. 10, from 9 a.m-4 p.m. with a member’s preview sale on Friday, Sep.t 9. The event provides garden... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Extremely low monarch numbers latest downturn in 20-year declineto year, depending largely on weather, experts say. A prolonged cold, wet perio
Extremely low monarch numbers latest downturn in 20-year decline
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
to year, depending largely on weather, experts say. A prolonged cold, wet period, which the Chicago area experienced this spring, fortifies fungi and bacteria that attack butterflies in the caterpillar stage, Taron said. That weather also tends to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tasmanian farmer confidence dips to three-year lowFarmer confidence dips to three-year low in Tasmania after dairy price cuts, fl
Tasmanian farmer confidence dips to three-year low
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Farmer confidence dips to three-year low in Tasmania after dairy price cuts, floods Farmer confidence in Tasmania has dropped to a three-year low off the back of major flooding in the state's north and retrospective cuts to milk prices. The latest... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Grape expectationsthan many other crops. The hot, dry conditions also reduce disease pressures o
Grape expectations
The Brantford Expositor / Posted yesterday
than many other crops. The hot, dry conditions also reduce disease pressures on the crop, Oppenlaender said. “Too much rain is worse than not enough. We really do prefer a dry year,” he said. The near-ideal conditions this year come after a... Read more
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Delhi News Record
Grape expectationsthan many other crops. The hot, dry conditions also reduce disease pressures o
Grape expectations
Delhi News Record / Posted yesterday
than many other crops. The hot, dry conditions also reduce disease pressures on the crop, Oppenlaender said. “Too much rain is worse than not enough. We really do prefer a dry year,” he said. The near-ideal conditions this year come after a... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Grape expectationsthan many other crops. The hot, dry conditions also reduce disease pressures o
Grape expectations
Simcoe Reformer / Posted yesterday
than many other crops. The hot, dry conditions also reduce disease pressures on the crop, Oppenlaender said. “Too much rain is worse than not enough. We really do prefer a dry year,” he said. The near-ideal conditions this year come after a... Read more
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Waxahachie Daily Light
Part one: Rain, rain go away: Recent rains affecting agriculture production Posted Aug. 28, 2016 at 3:37 PM Editor's note: The recent rains have been co
Part one: Rain, rain go away: Recent rains affecting agriculture production
Waxahachie Daily Light / Posted yesterday
Posted Aug. 28, 2016 at 3:37 PM Editor's note: The recent rains have been considered a blessing by some, while those in the agricultural industry are less thankful. Below... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Grape expectationsthan many other crops. The hot, dry conditions also reduce disease pressures o
Grape expectations
Sarnia Observer / Posted yesterday
than many other crops. The hot, dry conditions also reduce disease pressures on the crop, Oppenlaender said. “Too much rain is worse than not enough. We really do prefer a dry year,” he said. The near-ideal conditions this year come after a... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Grapes flourishing in provincethan many other crops. The hot, dry conditions also reduce disease pressures o
Grapes flourishing in province
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted yesterday
than many other crops. The hot, dry conditions also reduce disease pressures on the crop, Oppenlaender said. “Too much rain is worse than not enough. We really do prefer a dry year,” he said. The near-ideal conditions this year come after a... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Grapes flourishing in provincethan many other crops. The hot, dry conditions also reduce disease pressures o
Grapes flourishing in province
Chatham Daily News / Posted yesterday
than many other crops. The hot, dry conditions also reduce disease pressures on the crop, Oppenlaender said. “Too much rain is worse than not enough. We really do prefer a dry year,” he said. The near-ideal conditions this year come after a... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
This Week in Western New York Weather HistoryNorth Tonawanda and Lewiston. Also winds overturned a travel trailer in the KOA
This Week in Western New York Weather History
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 2 days ago
North Tonawanda and Lewiston. Also winds overturned a travel trailer in the KOA Campground on Grand Island, and torrential rains produced flash flooding Tonawanda and north Buffalo. 1994: A tornado touched down in Lockport and damage was reported... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Do it: Your guide to area entertainment and eventsSt. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Scranton. $10-$15. 570-342-7654 or cgsnepa.org, cg
Do it: Your guide to area entertainment and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Scranton. $10-$15. 570-342-7654 or cgsnepa.org, cgsnepa@gmail.com. PAT FARRELL AND THE COLD SPRING HARBOR BAND (BILLY JOEL TRIBUTE): Sept. 11. Woodloch Pines Resorts, Hawley. $40. 570-253-5779... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Places to Go and things to do in Northeast PennslyvaniaSt. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Scranton. $10-$15. 570-342-7654 or cgsnepa.org, cg
Places to Go and things to do in Northeast Pennslyvania
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Scranton. $10-$15. 570-342-7654 or cgsnepa.org, cgsnepa@gmail.com. PAT FARRELL AND THE COLD SPRING HARBOR BAND (BILLY JOEL TRIBUTE): Sept. 11. Woodloch Pines Resorts, Hawley. $40. 570-253-5779... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Quad bikes a life-changerunable to protect himself at all as he tumbled down the slope with his quad bik
Quad bikes a life-changer
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
unable to protect himself at all as he tumbled down the slope with his quad bike. "I fell like a rag doll," the Taranaki farmer recalls. "It felt like I had been broken in half." When he finally came to rest, his legs dangled lifeless below him,... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
TGIF: Your guide to entertainment and eventsSaturday, Nowhere Slow. MECCA’S PLACE: Dunmore: Saturday, Doo Wop Sock Hop. M
TGIF: Your guide to entertainment and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
Saturday, Nowhere Slow. MECCA’S PLACE: Dunmore: Saturday, Doo Wop Sock Hop. MENDICINO’S PIZZA: Covington Twp.: today, Farmers Daughter Duo; Saturday, Fuzzy Park Duo. MERT’S PIANO BAR: Scranton: Saturday, Southside Bandits. NEW PENNY:... Read more
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Northern Star
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980sof Friday, August 26 and running through to Sunday. The Muster date had been c
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980s
Northern Star / Posted 4 days ago
of Friday, August 26 and running through to Sunday. The Muster date had been changed from September with its tendency to spring storms, to what was, at least according to weather records, a traditionally dry period recalled Muster organiser Brian... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980sof Friday, August 26 and running through to Sunday. The Muster date had been c
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980s
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
of Friday, August 26 and running through to Sunday. The Muster date had been changed from September with its tendency to spring storms, to what was, at least according to weather records, a traditionally dry period recalled Muster organiser Brian... Read more
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Queensland Times
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980sof Friday, August 26 and running through to Sunday. The Muster date had been c
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980s
Queensland Times / Posted 4 days ago
of Friday, August 26 and running through to Sunday. The Muster date had been changed from September with its tendency to spring storms, to what was, at least according to weather records, a traditionally dry period recalled Muster organiser Brian... Read more
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News Mail
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980sof Friday, August 26 and running through to Sunday. The Muster date had been c
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980s
News Mail / Posted 4 days ago
of Friday, August 26 and running through to Sunday. The Muster date had been changed from September with its tendency to spring storms, to what was, at least according to weather records, a traditionally dry period recalled Muster organiser Brian... Read more
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Daily Examiner
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980sof Friday, August 26 and running through to Sunday. The Muster date had been c
How the Gympie Muster looked in the 1980s
Daily Examiner / Posted 4 days ago
of Friday, August 26 and running through to Sunday. The Muster date had been changed from September with its tendency to spring storms, to what was, at least according to weather records, a traditionally dry period recalled Muster organiser Brian... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Darling Downs cash crop boosted by winter rainMORE than 20,000 cloves of garlic are growing in the soil at Budgee in Rod and
Darling Downs cash crop boosted by winter rain
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
MORE than 20,000 cloves of garlic are growing in the soil at Budgee in Rod and Joan Kambouris' garlic and herb farm. The 27,000 cloves planted at Budgee Garlic and Herbs are more than double what they planted last year and the crop has been well and... Read more
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The Mining Journal
The calendarArmy, 1009 W. Baraga, Marquette. Call 226-2241. Jayne's Bridge Club - plays at
The calendar
The Mining Journal / Posted 5 days ago
Army, 1009 W. Baraga, Marquette. Call 226-2241. Jayne's Bridge Club - plays at 1 p.m. at the Marquette Senior Center, 300 Spring St. Call 225-1456. Partners guaranteed. Schizophrenics Anonymous - is a six-step support group for individuals with... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Your area guide to entertainment and eventsSaturday, Nowhere Slow. MECCA’S PLACE: Dunmore: Saturday, Doo Wop Sock Hop. M
Your area guide to entertainment and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
Saturday, Nowhere Slow. MECCA’S PLACE: Dunmore: Saturday, Doo Wop Sock Hop. MENDICINO’S PIZZA: Covington Twp.: Friday, Farmers Daughter Duo; Saturday, Fuzzy Park Duo. MERT’S PIANO BAR: Scranton: Saturday, Southside Bandits. MOHEGAN SUN... Read more
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Orange County Register
National Barks: Visiting national parks with your dogwe have a new passenger in tow for this trip, LADI, our almost-2-year-old sligh
National Barks: Visiting national parks with your dog
Orange County Register / Posted 5 days ago
we have a new passenger in tow for this trip, LADI, our almost-2-year-old slightly spoiled and highly active English springer spaniel. Her name stands for Los Angeles Doggie of Irvine. (She was named for the local baseball team; we call her... Read more
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North Platte Bulletin
�Coffee with a Forester� workshop addresses tree healthyour trees going into winter? The last few years have been particularly hard on
�Coffee with a Forester� workshop addresses tree health
North Platte Bulletin / Posted 5 days ago
your trees going into winter? The last few years have been particularly hard on trees, especially in western Nebraska. With rain this spring some trees have done well, while others continue to struggle, showing the affects in several different... Read more
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SportsFan
Big spring targets for Sizzling BulletMore Horse Racing News On a miserable day at Warwick Farm, trainer Chris Walle
Big spring targets for Sizzling Bullet
SportsFan / Posted 5 days ago
More Horse Racing News On a miserable day at Warwick Farm, trainer Chris Waller has found another Group One prospect to smile about. Sizzling Bullet overcame a sodden track to win a 1600m maiden for three-year-olds on Wednesday. After only beating... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Baseball: Business of baseball doesn’t deter Kubiakaffiliate in New Jersey. The former Southold High School pitcher said he then w
Baseball: Business of baseball doesn’t deter Kubiak
The Suffolk Times / Posted 6 days ago
affiliate in New Jersey. The former Southold High School pitcher said he then went to Tampa and pitched well in extended spring training. A month after being sent down, Kubiak was told he could stay and play rookie ball. Kubiak, who turned 27 on... Read more
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Pleasanton Express
Chapa named top cowboyBefore the bull riding and the bronc busting - before the barrel racing and cal
Chapa named top cowboy
Pleasanton Express / Posted 6 days ago
Before the bull riding and the bronc busting - before the barrel racing and calf scramble, the Pleasanton Young Farmers’ honored four men at their 51st Cowboy of the Year Open Rodeo Festival. Gene Chapa was named the working Cowboy of the Year,... Read more
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ajc.com
Best places in the South: Five cool, cozy cottagessleek modernity, there's a 1920's beach cottage on Tybee's original cottage row
Best places in the South: Five cool, cozy cottages
ajc.com / Posted 7 days ago
sleek modernity, there's a 1920's beach cottage on Tybee's original cottage row with a tin roof (with a little luck it'll rain one night while you're there!), bead board walls, pocket windows and a white picket-fenced yard – all less than 100... Read more
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The Mining Journal
The calendarno partner is needed to play. Reservations can be called in to 226-7611. Jayne
The calendar
The Mining Journal / Posted 7 days ago
no partner is needed to play. Reservations can be called in to 226-7611. Jayne's Bridge Club - meets at 1 p.m., at 300 Spring St., Marquette. Call 225-1456. NARFE - The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association Chapter 1900,... Read more
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The New Yorker
A Monument to Outlast Humanityan omelette and a tarte tatin at Balthazar. With his dealer, Kara Vander Weg, o
A Monument to Outlast Humanity
The New Yorker / Posted 7 days ago
an omelette and a tarte tatin at Balthazar. With his dealer, Kara Vander Weg, of the Gagosian gallery, he shuffled down Spring Street toward Greene, where he’d been renting a loft since the fall. He is seventy-one, and walking pains him. At a... Read more
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Brush News-Tribune
Growers, elevators caught in grain glutWhen wheat farmer Jerry Bauder went to sell his bumper crop to an elevator he's
Growers, elevators caught in grain glut
Brush News-Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
When wheat farmer Jerry Bauder went to sell his bumper crop to an elevator he's done business with for years, the Fleming-area producer was surprised to see how much he was docked on the price. Bauder was used to prices being based on wheat quality,... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Growers, elevators caught in grain glutWhen wheat farmer Jerry Bauder went to sell his bumper crop to an elevator he's
Growers, elevators caught in grain glut
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 8 days ago
When wheat farmer Jerry Bauder went to sell his bumper crop to an elevator he's done business with for years, the Fleming-area producer was surprised to see how much he was docked on the price. Bauder was used to prices being based on wheat quality,... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Around the towns, August 21, 2016on the first Wednesday of each month. — JEFF HORVATH jhorvath@timesshamrock.c
Around the towns, August 21, 2016
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
on the first Wednesday of each month. — JEFF HORVATH jhorvath@timesshamrock.com, @jhorvathTT on Twitter Clarks Green A farmers market specializing in organic, pesticide-free produce is starting to attract a following in its first year. The... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
Growers, elevators caught in grain glutWhen wheat farmer Jerry Bauder went to sell his bumper crop to an elevator he's
Growers, elevators caught in grain glut
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
When wheat farmer Jerry Bauder went to sell his bumper crop to an elevator he's done business with for years, the Fleming-area producer was surprised to see how much he was docked on the price. Bauder was used to prices being based on wheat quality,... Read more
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The Atlantic
Is Gawker Still the Future of Media?to a requirement for “public service” programming, affected radio and TV covera
Is Gawker Still the Future of Media?
The Atlantic / Posted 11 days ago
to a requirement for “public service” programming, affected radio and TV coverage. And technological and geographic constraints had already played a crucial role in the evolution of newspapers, many of which could operate as regional monopolies... Read more
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The Norwich Gazette
Average crop yields forecastFor Ontario farmers, bumper corn and soybean crops are in the rear-view mirror.
Average crop yields forecast
The Norwich Gazette / Posted 12 days ago
For Ontario farmers, bumper corn and soybean crops are in the rear-view mirror. While farmers a year ago were looking at record corn yields and a heavy soybean crop, this year the outlook isn’t as promising. “It looks like the corn is average to... Read more
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The Mercury News
Fixing vegetable garden failurescovered with shade cloth until the leaves on the plants are large enough to sha
Fixing vegetable garden failures
The Mercury News / Posted 12 days ago
covered with shade cloth until the leaves on the plants are large enough to shade the fruit. Plant a little later in the spring, or protect plants with row cover or shade cloth. Not much you can do about the weather, but the good news is this is... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Hundreds turn out for showery Appleby Agricultural ShowEDEN exhibitors took home some of the top prizes from a weather hit Appleby Agr
Hundreds turn out for showery Appleby Agricultural Show
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 12 days ago
EDEN exhibitors took home some of the top prizes from a weather hit Appleby Agricultural Show. Rain had an impact on visitor numbers and contributed towards the churning up of the Barley Field showground. But there was a good display of entries... Read more
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FOX News
California remains in severe drought, but mandatory water cuts still offwithout the state ordering them. After lifting nine months of mandatory state
California remains in severe drought, but mandatory water cuts still off
FOX News / Posted 12 days ago
without the state ordering them. After lifting nine months of mandatory state water conservation for families and non-farm businesses, authorities caution that they could impose state limits again as soon as this winter should the state's 39... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Hunter Valley dairy farmers feeling the pinch of Australian milk crisis Every day, morning and afternoon at Vacy, in the New South Wales Hunter Valle
Hunter Valley dairy farmers feeling the pinch of Australian milk crisis
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
Every day, morning and afternoon at Vacy, in the New South Wales Hunter Valley, dairy farmer David Williams watches his 340 Jersey cows amble into his dairy. He has a long... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Average crop yields forecastFor Ontario farmers, bumper corn and soybean crops are in the rear-view mirror.
Average crop yields forecast
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 12 days ago
For Ontario farmers, bumper corn and soybean crops are in the rear-view mirror. While farmers a year ago were looking at record corn yields and a heavy soybean crop, this year the outlook isn’t as promising. “It looks like the corn is average to... Read more
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Delhi News Record
Average crop yields forecastFor Ontario farmers, bumper corn and soybean crops are in the rear-view mirror.
Average crop yields forecast
Delhi News Record / Posted 12 days ago
For Ontario farmers, bumper corn and soybean crops are in the rear-view mirror. While farmers a year ago were looking at record corn yields and a heavy soybean crop, this year the outlook isn’t as promising. “It looks like the corn is average to... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Average crop yields forecastFor Ontario farmers, bumper corn and soybean crops are in the rear-view mirror.
Average crop yields forecast
Sarnia Observer / Posted 12 days ago
For Ontario farmers, bumper corn and soybean crops are in the rear-view mirror. While farmers a year ago were looking at record corn yields and a heavy soybean crop, this year the outlook isn’t as promising. “It looks like the corn is average to... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Average crop yields forecastFor Ontario farmers, bumper corn and soybean crops are in the rear-view mirror.
Average crop yields forecast
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 12 days ago
For Ontario farmers, bumper corn and soybean crops are in the rear-view mirror. While farmers a year ago were looking at record corn yields and a heavy soybean crop, this year the outlook isn’t as promising. “It looks like the corn is average to... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Average crop yields forecastFor Ontario farmers, bumper corn and soybean crops are in the rear-view mirror.
Average crop yields forecast
Chatham Daily News / Posted 12 days ago
For Ontario farmers, bumper corn and soybean crops are in the rear-view mirror. While farmers a year ago were looking at record corn yields and a heavy soybean crop, this year the outlook isn’t as promising. “It looks like the corn is average to... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Average crop yields forecastFor Ontario farmers, bumper corn and soybean crops are in the rear-view mirror.
Average crop yields forecast
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 12 days ago
For Ontario farmers, bumper corn and soybean crops are in the rear-view mirror. While farmers a year ago were looking at record corn yields and a heavy soybean crop, this year the outlook isn’t as promising. “It looks like the corn is average to... Read more
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