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Michigan farmer faces seizure, sale of equipment as nuisance

Erie Township officials have told farmer Ray Swan if he doesn’t remove his old farm equipment from his property by Sept. 18 they will sell it at auction.
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Indiana crop progress

The USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service for the Great Lakes region showed average temperatures of 69-78 degrees for the week ending Aug. 10.
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Ohio crop progress

Warmer temperatures and drier weather gave farmers the opportunity to harvest hay and oats across the state.
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Illinois crop progress

Precipitation across the state averaged 1.45 inches, 0.51 inch above normal. The average temperature was 72.1 degrees, 1.7 degrees below normal.
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Michigan crop progress

The weather in Michigan continues to be positive overall, except many places could use more rain, according to the latest crop weather report from the NASS.
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Iowa crop progress

Because of varying amounts of precipitation, some areas of Iowa had fewer than three days suitable for fieldwork, while others had more than six days.
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Tennessee crop progress

The week ending Aug. 10 was a good one for Tennessee farmers, as just about everyone got what they needed from the weather, according to NASS.
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Kentucky crop progress

Kentucky experienced near-record levels of precipitation in some areas. This came just as some corn was about to take a turn for the worse.
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Plowers readying to rumble at Ohio & U.S. contest at Dayton

The solemn, unplowed fields at Carriage Hill Farm north of Dayton will resemble a busy airport later this month, as drivers and their teams compete in the Ohio and U.S. Horse Plowing contests.
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Illinois State Fair features artists and agriculture

The Illinois State Fairgrounds is filled with flowers – some plots created by University of Illinois extension Master Gardeners.
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