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Chad Johnson saw two extremes on his Groton, South Dakota farm with severe drought in 2018 and flooding this year. “The heavens opened up and it rained, rained and rained. No one ever shut off the tap,” said the fourth-generation farmer. The 32-plus inches of rain his farm received led to a few deaths at calving and limited the number of acres Johnson was able to plant. 

This year will go down as a very frustrating harvest, with late planting and the coldest October in more than a decade. Here are four tips to …

It’s still plenty wet. I combined some corn Sunday (Oct. 14) and I was surprised how well it went, but it was plenty soft in places. I’m plann…

Prices fell yesterday, creating the lowest beef market since Aug. 2. However with “exceptionally strong demand … beef prices remain well above…