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Asleep at the wheel?

Shane Voxland from McIntosh, Minn., was on his way back from Nebraska and viewed this south of Wahpeton N.D. Let us know what you think happened here by dropping us a comment on Facebook or Twitter. If you have a farm photo you want us to see, se...

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Shane Voxland  from McIntosh, Minn., was on his way back from Nebraska and viewed this south of Wahpeton N.D. Let us know what you think happened here by dropping us a comment on Facebook or Twitter .If you have a farm photo you want us to see, send it to news@agweek.com .

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