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Record Yields Possible

After last year's devastating crop yields, farmers are expecting record yields this year.

By this time last year, Indiana was in the heart of a drought with multiple days in the 90's that left corn vulnerable and soybeans stressed.

Purdue agricultural economist Chris Hurt says this year is expected to be a record year.

The planting season started a little late because of very wet conditions, but the cooler
temperatures and moderate moisture have farmers anticipating a banner year.

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