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WHIN’s Ag Alliance trying to wed farms to new technology
Bringing producers together with new technologies designed to improve farm operations is behind the creation of the Wabash Heartland Innovation Network’s (WHIN) Agricultural Alliance.
8/20/2019
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What’s an online retirement auction like?
My most heartwarming experiences during my nearly decade-long tenure in the online auction industry have come from retirement auctions. For those looking to retire and increase their capital, the benefits of the online auction cannot be overstated – a global buyer base means increased competition bidding on your equipment.
8/16/2019
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Proposed rule designed to guard producers from undue burdens

The USDA is coming out with a rule livestock producers hope will offer them more protection against what they call unfair competition and pricing from processors of meat and poultry.
8/16/2019
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Retailer: Cover crop demand is exceeding available supply
Call 2019 the Year of the Spring Storms, as well as the Year of the Cover Crop. With total U.S. prevent-plant acreage expected to shatter the old record of 3.6 million in 2013, farmers are showing much greater interest in cover crops.
8/16/2019
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Late-planted means labor shortage for detasseling
NEW CARISLE, Ind. — The late planting of corn after an extremely wet spring is creating a shortage of labor for detasseling throughout the Midwest.
8/16/2019
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Trade, rural broadband main topics during Policy Summit
Farmers at the July 30 Indiana Corn Marketing Council/Indiana Soybean Alliance Ag Policy Summit heard from U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski and others on the state of ag policy affecting the state and nation.
8/16/2019
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Field demos show result of ideal planting practices on corn yield
The promise of higher yields and greater returns – those are the two key factors that attracted corn growers from southwestern Ohio to last week’s AGCO Crop Tour.
8/16/2019
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New VU Ag Center is debuting for students this fall semester
State agricultural and university leaders paid homage to partnerships on August 5 when they convened at the brand-new Vincennes University Agricultural Center for its ribbon cutting.
8/16/2019
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Stakeholders prepare for 2020 Illinois River closure
Agribusiness representatives, farmers and other key stakeholders gathered August 6 in Peoria to wrap up a series of Illinois Farm Bureau (IFB) meetings on the planned repair and closure of six locks along the Illinois River in 2020 – an effort that will essentially shut down the key trade waterway for most of next summer.
8/16/2019
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‘Let’s Talk Livestock’ off and running at Indiana State Fair
Part of the fun of visiting the state fair is wandering through the livestock barns to see farm animals up close, but the crowds and noise can sometimes be off-putting.
8/16/2019
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