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Evening Edition | Monday, November 28, 2022

In tonight's Evening Edition, read about surging farmland values, record-breaking avian influenza, and updates to Honda's ATVs.

Farmland Values

Farmland prices surged an average of 20% in the Farm Belt during the summer as buyers shrugged off sharply higher interest rates, Chuck Abbott reports.

“Demand for farmland has remained strong alongside strength in the farm economy, but the acceleration in values over the past year has shown signs of easing in recent quarters,” said the monthly Update.

Read on to learn which states' farmland values increased the most.

Avian Influenza

A record 50.54 million birds in domestic flocks have died of highly pathogenic avian influenza, or were culled to prevent spread of the viral disease since February, according to USDA data. 

The previous record of approximately 50.4 million birds was set in the 2014-2015 outbreak that was described by USDA as “arguably the most significant animal health event in U.S. history.”

Find out how avian influenza has affected egg and turkey meat prices in the article linked below.

Utility and Beginner ATVs

Editor Alex Gray reports on the new updates to Honda's lines of ATVs.

The updates are to the FourTrax Recon, TRX250X, and TRX90X.

Read all the details and learn about availability in the article below.

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