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Excerpt from Crops and Markets "Vol 15 March 1938Reports from farmers isting the acreages of principal cr0ps except "15 March 1938Reports from farmers isting the acreages of principal cr0ps except that they are planning to grow for harvest this year point to spring plantings about 2 percent below those of a year ago partially offset by seme increase in the acreage expected to be cut for hay As the acreages of winter wheat and rye har vested are ikely to hay As the acreages of winter wheat and rye har vested are ikely to some increase the total acreage in. .
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