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mark guildenzoph 08/30/2013 @ 2:13pm I'm not far south of I 80 and there is no way we {local farmers and myself} would even attempt any kind of harvest before the second week in October there would be no advantages let the heat dry the little bit of crop that's out their it is the only way we have a chance to make money saving on high drying costs.

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