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Harvest season approaching
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Times photos: Anthony Wahl Tom McGuire drives his John Deere forage harvester while cutting silage next to the family dairy farm south of Monroe Tuesday evening. With the continuing drought, Green County is expected to average 100 bushels of corn per acre, down from a 5-year average yield of 160-165 bushels per acre.
MONROE - Prepare for fall. The drought hasn't ended, but cool nights are signaling the start of the harvest season.

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