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Illinois farmers helped by latest U.S. trade deals, but many questions remain Illinois farmers helped by latest U.S. trade deals, but many questions remain

Illinois farmers helped by latest U.S. trade deals, but many questions remain

Illinois farmers will get a much-needed lift from two international trade agreements approved by the federal government this week, but experts are uncertain if their situations will improve in the long term.

Another wetter-than-normal spring predicted as Illinois farmers recover from crop losses Another wetter-than-normal spring predicted as Illinois farmers recover from crop losses

Another wetter-than-normal spring predicted as Illinois farmers recover from crop losses

The state’s climatologist is predicting Illinois farmers are likely to endure more burdensomely wet weather while they try to plant cash crops this spring after suffering major losses as a result of a record-wet planting season last year.

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