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USMCA is a top priority for farm bureau members

The director of congressional relations with American Farm Bureau says ensuring that the U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement gets across the finish line is a top priority for the industry. Andrew Walmsley says progress is being made in ratifying the USMCA. “We have a window- I think there’s still optimism to get it done here in …

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Flooding interrupts sales for Illinois peach grower

An Illinois fruit grower has only been able to produce 40% of his peach crop this year and flooding in west central Illinois is forcing him to transport his crop to be sold elsewhere. Tim Ringhausen, a fifth-generation fruit grower in Calhoun County, tells Brownfield a nearby levee was topped, filling his fruit packing shed …

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It’s no stunt: Midland may’ve enjoyed the Looney Tunes-style abuse they heaped on “Mr. Lonely” Dennis Quaid

Big Machine In Midland‘s lead single from their sophomore album, “Mr. Lonely” is the good-time guy who’s always up to entertain the ladies. But in the video, things take a darker turn, as a group of women enact their revenge on the man who’s done them wrong, played by actor Dennis Quaid. If you’ve watched …

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Flood Warning issued June 19 at 8:03AM MDT until further notice by NWS

…The Flood Warning is cancelled for the following rivers in South Dakota… James River Near Scotland …The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in South Dakota…Nebraska… Lake Francis Case At Chamberlain

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Minnesota dad drowns while saving his 3-year-old who fell in lake: Sheriff

MattGush/iStock(FRAZEE, Minn.) — A Minnesota dad drowned while saving his 3-year-old who fell in a lake, according to authorities. Christopher Schultz, 31, was at Detroit Lakes in Minnesota Saturday night when his 3-year-old fell from a bridge into the water, according to the Becker County Sheriff’s Office. Schultz jumped into the water and “began to …

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Consider cover crops for prevent plant acres

The research manager for the Illinois Nutrient Research and Education Council (NREC) tells Brownfield farmers should consider planting a cover crop on prevent plant acres to keep empty fields manageable for next year’s crop. In this Managing for Profit, Dr. Shani Golovay will highlight the benefits of planting cover crops on prevent plant fields this …

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