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McKinney back from Argentina after talks with trade partners
Trade and tariffs are causing tension, but are also forcing important conversations with U.S. trading partners.
8/8/2018
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Indiana Senatorial candidates discuss ag issues at Summit
Late last month, Senatorial candidates vied for the trust of a roomful of farmers and other members of the Indiana agriculture industry as they explained, one at a time, why they would be the best man for the position this November.
8/8/2018
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Ohio State University planning to sell its longtime sheep farm
What has been the grazing home to sheep for the past 64 years will be sold to the city of Columbus.
8/8/2018
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Tariff talk of concern to Ohio farmers ahead of fall harvest
Talk of tariffs in the Ohio agricultural community is one hot topic. Sides are being taken on this issue, and it has farmers throughout the state concerned as fall harvest approaches.
8/8/2018
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Field conditions varying by moisture throughout region
The Midwest and Upper South have been experiencing variable weather conditions, including both above- and below-normal precipitation, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor.
8/8/2018
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Experts: Employers can lend a helping hand in opioid recovery
Rural communities are as susceptible to the opioid crisis as large cities. But, with compassion, treatment and proper funding, recovery is possible, according to speakers at the Rural Opioid Symposium July 26, organized in Wabash by the Indiana Rural Health Assoc. and AgrIInstitute.
8/8/2018
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Soybean exports to Europe increase in 2018s first half
The USDA reported U.S. exporters shipped more soybeans to Europe from January to June of this year, than during the first half of any year since 2002. That upward trend continued in July, according to trade data released by the European Union last week.
8/8/2018
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Canadian company purchases Iowa equipment manufacturer
With a patent secured in the United States, Ukraine, China and Australia earlier this year, on July 16 Vancouver, British Columbia-based Clean Seed Capital Group Ltd. inked a $13.1 million deal to acquire farm equipment giant Harvest International, Inc. from the Friesen family.
8/8/2018
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Indiana farmer reaps benefit of rescue equipment he helped buy
An Indiana farmer is lucky to have survived being sucked waist-deep into 15 feet of shelled corn.
8/8/2018
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Senators update diners on trade, farm bill at breakfast
Gov. Eric Holcomb, Sens. Todd Young and Joe Donnelly and others opened the Indiana State Fair with the annual Indiana Pork Producers Assoc. breakfast last Friday.
8/8/2018
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