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Ohio crop progress

While early snowstorms were predicted in the western states, Ohio farmers are looking for warmer temperatures and just enough moisture to get their crops harvested.
9/17/2014
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Illinois crop progress

Harvest is still anywhere from a few days to a few weeks away based on an operation’s Illinois location.
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Michigan crop progress

Recent rains have eased drought stress in Michigan, but cooler-than-normal temperatures are slowing crop progress throughout the state.
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Iowa crop progress

Average temperatures for the week ending Sept. 7 were above normal in Iowa, which aided crop development, according to the Sept. 8 Iowa Crop & Weather report.
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Kentucky crop progress

While the first full week of September returned to near normal conditions weather-wise, it didn’t last long, as torrential downpours brought flash flooding.
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Tennessee crop progress

Farmers in West and Middle Tennessee marched into battle with an old foe – armyworms – during the first week of September.
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How much of the crop could be hurt by frost?

Debate is taking place over how much of the corn and soybean crops would be affected by an early frost this year.
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Butter sets new record at $3, nearly double the price of 1 year ago

Cash butter made history again last week, skyrocketing to an all time high of $3 per pound, up 15 1/2 cents on the week and an unbelievable $1.47 above a year ago.
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USDA lowers forecasts of hog prices for 2014, 2015

USDA lowered its forecast of 2014 pork production a tiny bit and lowered their forecast of annual average hog price by $2.50 to $77-$78 per cwt. of live weight.
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St. Joseph River crew launching Oct. 4 tour for river appreciation

Officials with the St. Joseph River Watershed Initiative (SJRWI) are hoping an upcoming day on the river will help bring awareness to the role of the waterway and to the organization.
9/17/2014
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