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The Farm Industry News staff enjoys a Scandinavian buffet at the annual St Olaf Christmas Festival at St Olaf College in Northfield Minn From left Jodie Wehrspann senior editor Deborah Jones copy editor Lynn Varpness art director Karen McMahon editor Kathy Huting digitalproduction editor
The Farm Industry News staff enjoys a Scandinavian buffet at the annual St. Olaf Christmas Festival at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn. From left: Jodie Wehrspann, senior editor; Deborah Jones, copy editor; Lynn Varpness, art director; Karen McMahon, editor; Kathy Huting, digital/production editor

Happy holidays from Farm Industry News!

This holiday season, we at Farm Industry News want to thank our readers for being active members of the agriculture community by engaging in our coverage in print, online and through Facebook and Twitter this year. From our coverage of the newest farm equipment and high tech products that hit the market, to our in-depth look at the 2012 drought and much more, we hope Farm Industry News has been a valuable resource for you this year and beyond. We wish you a wonderful holiday season and a new year filled with success! Merry Christmas and happy holidays from the staff of Farm Industry News.

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