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Journey to justice for black farmers long but worthwhile for Boyd, NBFA
Like many dealings in the life of a farmer, the struggle of African-American farmers to achieve justice for discrimination they endured from the USDA was difficult and long.
4/12/2018
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Winter flooding renews calls for Kankakee River alteration
Record flooding in late February has renewed longstanding calls for a fix to the Kankakee River in Indiana and Illinois.
4/11/2018
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Showdown between local law and Michigan's 'Right to Farm'
For Leroy Township Supervisor Laveta Hardish, the township’s recently adopted ordinance seeking to regulate farming is all about protecting township residents.
4/11/2018
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Showdown between local law and Michigan's 'Right to Farm'
For Leroy Township Supervisor Laveta Hardish, the township’s recently adopted ordinance seeking to regulate farming is all about protecting township residents.
4/11/2018
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An effluent storage lagoon causing stink in Ohio town

Located about 35 miles southwest of Akron is the quaint, quiet city of Wooster, which of late has garnered a lot of unwanted attention.
4/11/2018
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KADB invests $1M in on-farm water management programs
The Kentucky Agricultural Development Board (KADB) allocated $1 million to establish the On-Farm Water Management Program at its March 2018 board meeting. The program will promote water resilience on farms by funding projects in conjunction with the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet (EEC).
4/11/2018
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CWD-positive deer heads land Michigan rancher in hot water
A deer rancher in Mecosta County is serving a 120-day sentence in jail for misleading authorities in an investigation related to chronic wasting disease (CWD) and for improperly maintaining his fencing.
4/11/2018
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Changes to MPP should make law friendlier to dairy farmers
Under the 2018 Bipartisan Budget Act, changes to the Margin Protection Program (MPP) should make it more farmer-friendly, according to Diane Shoemaker, dairy extension specialist with The Ohio State University.
4/11/2018
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Ag groups balking at tariff trade escalation with China
Commodity groups and agriculture-related organizations are warning of serious consequences for farmers if the trade spat between the United States and China continues.
4/11/2018
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Weather likely to stall spring planting across the Midwest
The wet and chilly weather pattern in place across the Midwest is going to continue into the middle of April, according to AccuWeather.com
4/11/2018
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