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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, July 2, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about tragic events, rainfall events, better market performance for ag and the honor system.

Small towns really pull together in times of tragedy. A girl in Missouri died from injuries sustained in a crash.

The Upper Midwest has had it's share of rainfall. Some places have had 19-24 inches this spring and summer.

Farmers are hoping the third quarter performs better than the second quarter in agriculture. Hogs and wheat futures are gaining. Corn and soybeans are losing.

Cantaloups are coming in down in Louisiana. Make sure you pay for the produce sold on the honor system.

 

 

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