MORNING-MidwestDigest-07-21-17

Max Armstrong talks about unique problem for cow-calf producers in Arkansas. (audio)

It's a longstanding tradition in Ohio for governor to do inspection of state fair on opening day. Not this year, he'll be presiding over execution.

Abortion opponents seeking to shut down last abortion clinic in Kentucky will bring in jumbotron to show graphic images of abortion.

Cow-calf producers in northern Arkansas are dealing with unique problem - vultures are killing calves.

Torrential rains across southeast Wisconsin caused damage in three southeast Wisconsin counties last week. Few western Wisconsin counties dealing with flooding this week.

Orville Olson, 100, spent his life on a farm not far from DeKalb, Ill. He died July 9 and a memorials are going to the DeKalb County Farm Bureau, which is setting up a scholarship in his name.

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