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Wendy Hilliard Where are all these acres? 06/17/2013 @ 7:38pm In west Tennessee there are fields everywhere not planted. Every farmer I talk to still has hundreds of acres to plant. We've tried for three weeks to plant our bottom ground. Every time it starts to get close to drying out enough we can plant-it's rains four more inches.

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Check the date 06/17/2013 @ 5:26pm Seems a bit over zealous to brag about planting progress on June 17th. Soybean planting will begin in NC Iowa this week..maybe. Wow, it is still so wet in so many places. Hard to imagine any positive results from our area....MikeM

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