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Scenic from the Palouse area near Steptoe Butte, WA. The area grows peas and wheat.

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Stakes mark sites of the endangered Western prairie fringed orchid; farmers in the Nebraska sandhills work around the plant.

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Sweet corn at the Farmer’s Market in Lincoln’s historic Haymarket district.

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Already drought-stricken corn was ravaged by grasshoppers near Bennett, NE. (2002)

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Farmers talk at the foot of a grain elevator (corn shown inthe foreground) near Rising City, Nebraska.

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Farmers talk at the foot of a grain elevator (corn shown inthe foreground) near Rising City, Nebraska.

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Farmers talk at the foot of a grain elevator (corn shown inthe foreground) near Rising City, Nebraska.

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Detassling crews put in long, tough days during the summer as they remove the tassels from seed corn. (Seed corn is harvested and then planted by farmers to grow corn for livestock feed, food additives, and ethanol production.)

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Detassling crews put in long, tough days during the summer as they remove the tassels from seed corn. (Seed corn is harvested and then planted by farmers to grow corn for livestock feed, food additives, and ethanol production.)

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Detassling crews put in long, tough days during the summer as they remove the tassels from seed corn. (Seed corn is harvested and then planted by farmers to grow corn for livestock feed, food additives, and ethanol production.)

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Detassling crews put in long, tough days during the summer as they remove the tassels from seed corn. (Seed corn is harvested and then planted by farmers to grow corn for livestock feed, food additives, and ethanol production.)

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Detassling crews put in long, tough days during the summer as they remove the tassels from seed corn. (Seed corn is harvested and then planted by farmers to grow corn for livestock feed, food additives, and ethanol production.)

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Detassling crews put in long, tough days during the summer as they remove the tassels from seed corn. (Seed corn is harvested and then planted by farmers to grow corn for livestock feed, food additives, and ethanol production.)

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Detassling crews put in long, tough days during the summer as they remove the tassels from seed corn. (Seed corn is harvested and then planted by farmers to grow corn for livestock feed, food additives, and ethanol production.)

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A rancher leads his horse past a frozen irrigation ditch near Likely, California.

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Dan Shiner uses draft horses to feed hay to his livestock at the Shiner Ranch near Leadore, Idaho.

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Cattle in sub-freezing weather at a feedlot near Springfield, Nebraska.

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Jack Schreier and Scott Kramer check cattle on a winter day at a feedlot near Springfield, Nebraska.

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John Engelhaup breaks ice from a cattle tank in sub-freezing weather at a feedlot near Springfield, Nebraska.

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Workers and cattle brave sub-freezing weather at a feedlot near Springfield, Nebraska.

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John Engelhaup breaks ice from a cattle tank in sub-freezing weather at a feedlot near Springfield, Nebraska.

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Aerial of agricultural development at the edge of wetlands near Miami, Florida.

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Aerial of agricultural development at the edge of wetlands near Miami, Florida.

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Aerial of agricultural development at the edge of wetlands near Miami, Florida.

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Aerial of agricultural development at the edge of wetlands near Miami, Florida.

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Aerial of agricultural development at the edge of wetlands near Miami, Florida.

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Aerial of canals and agricultural development at the edge of wetlands near Miami, Florida.

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Aerial of canals and agricultural development at the edge of wetlands near Miami, Florida.

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