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Freezing Temperatures Threaten Wheat Crop

Published: April 19, 2013

Farmers across Oklahoma have dealt with months of drought and while recent rains brought some relief to their parched farms, along with the rains came below freezing temperatures. The Oklahoman's Brianna Bailey spoke with Zac Harris, a wheat farmer

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