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Views and opinions: Midwest deer appreciating abundant soy this year, too
Spaulding Outdoors by Jack Spaulding
9/14/2018
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Views and opinions: No country for old trucks or slow-moving equipment
It's the Pitts by Lee Pitts
9/14/2018
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Views and opinions: Taking a break is essential, even if it seems impossible
Farm and Ranch Life by Dr. Rosmann
9/14/2018
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Agri-Plastics founder’s wares to be part of FSR Sept. 18-20

They call their company “Calf Housing Specialists.”

From the humble beginnings of a shed at his home in Ontario, Canada, President and CEO Darren VanBuuren, along with his brother, Rob, have built the company Agri-Plastics into one of the leading agricultural manufacturing businesses in the world. They started with original wood hutches in 1995 and now produce top-of-the-line plastic calf hutches.

9/12/2018
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Ohio FSR speaker will tackle climate change practicalities
Ohio State University extension climate specialist Aaron Wilson will share insights into local climate trends at the upcoming 56th annual Farm Science Review (FSR) at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center in London on Sept. 18-20, giving farmers a look back at climate conditions as well as a forecast of things to come.
9/12/2018
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Hops presentation brewing for Farm Science Review Tuesday
The rise in brewing craft beer has created a new market for energetic producers with only a few acres – or a few extra acres – to devote to growing hops. A presentation in the Farm Science Review’s (FSR) Small Farms Center tent at 11 a.m. next Tuesday will take a look at progress being made in the niche market and how producers can get involved.
9/12/2018
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Ohio company bottles plant growth in soil amendments
InstaGro offers some of the highest-quality liquid fertilizers, micronutrients, soil amendments and biostimulants in the industry. The company was founded in 1981 by Allan Farrow.
9/12/2018
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Law allows Illinois farmers to grow, market industrial hemp 

A new law will add Illinois farmers to the growing number of states that allow farmers to cultivate and sell hemp grown for industrial purposes. The Illinois Industrial Hemp Act (Senate Bill 2298) allows farmers to apply to the Illinois Department of Agriculture (IDOA) to grow the crop, which is used in the manufacture of paper, fabrics, plastics, textiles and even fuel. The act was signed into law by Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner on August 25, taking effect immediately.
9/12/2018
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Farm bill committee hashes out details in public meeting
 Federal legislators continue to object to certain aspects of the 2018 farm bill.
9/12/2018
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Bioscience pigs for human research coming to Indiana
A piece of southern California is coming to Indiana, but not bearing sunshine and shades.
9/12/2018
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