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Max Armstrong talks about a revealed Great Lakes shipwreck, moisture for the wheat crop, domestic pork demand and a tornado anniversary.

March 18, 2021

A change in Lake Michigan water levels has revealed a shipwreck from the 1880s.

Soaking rains and some snow in Kansas have been welcome for the wheat crop.

Domestic demand for pork is strong right now, and hog prices are 20 percent higher than a year ago.

Today is the anniversary of the deadliest tornado in American history, 96 years ago.

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