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Farmweek is broadcast from Mississippi, one of the South’s most geographically diverse states. The Magnolia State encompasses the rich soils and flat landscape of the Delta, the rolling hills of the northern counties, and the sandy beaches of the Gulf Coast. The state’s most important resource is its people, with about one-fourth having jobs with ties to agriculture. read more

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