MIDDAY Midwest Digest, Nov. 16, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about deer hunting season, the purchase of Schwan's, possibility of a new farm bill and a candy lawsuit.

Deer hunting season has begun, and in Wisconsin, they think it'll be better than last year.

Schwan's will be partly owned by a South Korean business. Main operations will stay in Marshall, Minn.

There's about a 65% chance a new farm bill will be enacted during the lame duck session.

Pennsylvania-based Hershey is being sued by a man who claims his heart condition stemmed from his consumption of a bag of Twizzlers each week for many years.

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