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Few farmers expected a record-breaking year after heavy spring rains during key growth stages, but that’s exactly what happened as Illinois wheat growers averaged 76 bushels per acre in 2017, beating the previous year’s record by 2 bushels. “Yields were very good. Quality was excellent,” said Dave DeVore, of Siemer Milling in Teutopolis. “I’m a little surprised by that.” (

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