Farm Rescue picks 200th family to help
WYNDMERE -- Charles Hardie couldn't help but smile as he sat atop the combine with blades chewing down stalks of yellow corn at a rhythmic pace near here Thursday afternoon.
Hardie watched his monitor as the bushels per acre bounced between 190 and more than 200. Moisture content stayed below 10 percent.
"This corn won't need any drying," he said.
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