Corn moping, farmers hoping for rain as dry weather persists
By The Staff
Tuesday, August 21, 2012 at 11:05 am
Saturday’s scattered showers didn’t provide much relief to the severe drought conditions plaguing southwest Iowa. Persistently dry weather continues to stress crops and livestock in Mills County and across the Midwest, threatening food and ethanol supplies and fueling fears of higher costs to those commodities.
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