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Warm temperatures and heavy rain in early December have helped with the growth of winter wheat in Hardin County and helped with soil preparation for spring planting.
Farmers also are planting more wheat than is typical for the area, said Matt Adams, a Hardin County Extension agent for agriculture and natural resources. Wheat is used for grain-based foods and livestock feed.
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