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Wet conditions and early freezes this fall are setting crop and livestock producers up for a long spring. The 19th-wettest September on record for Illinois meant delaying fertilizer applications and tillage work for many crop farmers. On the livestock side, the muddy fall and early end to grazing season meant many farmers had to break into winter feed stores early, which has pressured prices and could stretch supplies thin by spring. (

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