ST. LOUIS — Recent storms helped ease the grip of the nation's worst drought in decades on several key Midwest farming states, raising hopes that the winter wheat crop will fare better than this year's corn, which is in the final stages of being harvested.
Drought conditions ease in key Midwest farm states
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