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RFD Today November 25

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Phil Bradshaw, author of Your Food My Adventure, visits with Rita about his involvement in agriculture organizations and beyond. Nic Anderson, Illinois Livestock Development Group, shares information on Turkey production in Illinois. Eastland FFA Members on winning the Dairy Judging Contest at the National FFA Convention.

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