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September 14, 2018 - 11:00 PM

Mid-afternoon Thursday Shawn Geffert looked over 80 acres of corn, some harvested but most still standing. He wrenched the husk from an ear, broke it in two, plucked a kernel and plopped it in his mouth.

A few chews later he declared the corn still a bit too moist to cut.

Geffert then grinned. Of course, munching a few kernels of corn wasn’t exactly scientific, but “if it’s a little soft I know it’s probably a little too moist,” he said.

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