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Farmers take advantage of good weather to reap 2011’s sub-par harvests

October 17, 2011

Steve Sickafoose combines a field of soybeans near the northeast corner of the intersection of Ind. 9 and Ind. 14 Tuesday afternoon. — Post & Mail photo / Nicole Ott

WHITLEY COUNTY — With the 2011 fall harvest fully under way, Indiana farming experts such as the Indiana Farm Bureau report a wide variety of yield results.
Locally, it appears weather issues throughout the planting and growing season this year have negatively affected yields.
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