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Harvest

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Has anyone heard how the fall harvest is coming along? I can't imagine it being far along with all this rain. I would be interested around the Marshall area. Not that standing corn would keep me from the opener grin.gif

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Harvest is at least 2 weeks ahead of normal.

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That's awesome laugh.gif. Thanks for the info. Now I'm even more pumped!

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beans if not done already, very close, alot of guys are attacking corn heavily, the 1 1/2 of rain Sunday nite shut down this area, a few guys tryed yesterday, today people were running.

Can't wait til Saturday, I'm already not sleeping I'm so excited, and I thought I would out grow that !!! grin.gif

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Near Marshall there is still a lot of corn standing. Some parts of the county had 4 inches of rain over the weekend. NW of Marshall was the lighter side, SE of Marshall was heavier. Guys were out again yesterday in our area to the north.

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