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DES MOINES – Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig today commented on the Iowa Crop Progress and Conditions report released by the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service. The report is released weekly from April through November.

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DECATUR, Ill. – Hundreds of exhibitors, ride ’n’ drives, and demonstrations will be featured at the 2019 Farm Progress Show, 4275 East Mound Road, Decatur.

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PRINCETON, Ill. — Youth ages 5 through 12 joined University of Illinois Extension 4-H in a fun, educational Nature Detective Camp on Aug. 7 in Princeton. This half-day camp offered hands-on activities for youth to learn about habitats, birds, monarchs, and animal tracks. Youth created nature journals, went on a nature scavenger hunt, made butterfly life cycles, and took home milk jug birdhouses.

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“We don’t ever think it’s going to happen to us, but it happened to me… because it happened to him.” Marion County farmer Lacey Miller’s emotion-filled words about her father, Ralph Griesbaum, are enough to bring anyone to tears.

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Kevin Oppermann grazes cattle on 28 acres of pasture at his home farm near Fitchburg, Wisconsin. To accommodate his expanding herd he also began in 2017 converting 24 acres of cropland to permanent pasture at the Fitchburg-area farm his grandparents once owned. The farm is now owned by Oppermann’s parents.

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So far in the Pro Farmer’s crop tour (where they’ve gone thorugh Indiana, Nebraska and Illinois), yields are being pegged all over the place. Indiana is being put around a 161 bushels per acre mark, while Nebraska is showing around 173 bushels per acre.

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Steve Hyde of CHS Hedging said choppy trade is “likely to continue” with trade looking at crop results and weather.

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