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The headache of harvesting wind-damaged crops

You already know about the damage caused by the incredible derecho that blew across the Corn Belt a couple of weeks ago. Now farmers are trying to decide what to do with their storm-damaged crops. Some were completely destroyed, but others may be salvageable for silage or even for grain if they were not too badly damaged. You can read more about what the producers there are dealing with and what choices they are making at Farm Progress here. And how will farmers in TX and LA deal with the winds of Hurricane Laura later this week? We will be watching.