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SNAP requirements a big sticking point for farm bill
   
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Wet finish to the week and weekend, drier next week

Market Weather by Ryan Martin
5/18/2018
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Mega mergers bring many, speedy changes to farmers
Hoosier Ag Today by Gary Truitt
5/18/2018
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Generations are important in America’s beef industry

Guest Opinion - May 16, 2018
5/18/2018
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SNAP dispute dominates debate of House Farm Bill
Mielke Market Weekly by Lee Mielke
5/18/2018
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Coming Events - May 16, 2018
5/18/2018
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Views and opinions: Give President Trump power to negotiate sugar subsidies
Guest Opinion - May 16, 2018
5/18/2018
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Economist: Farmers may gain more markets if tariffs kick in
Concerns about the impact of Chinese retaliatory tariffs on U.S. soybean exports are likely overblown, according to at least one agricultural market source.
5/16/2018
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Trump rallies Elkhart crowd behind border wall, election
President Donald Trump didn’t speak to agriculture except to say “we love our farmers” during a rally Thursday in Elkhart, before 7,500 people in a packed gymnasium.
5/16/2018
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Trump gives approval to year-round sales of E15, as of '19
President Donald Trump’s decision to approve year-round sales of E15 ethanol without a Renewable Identification Number (RIN) cap was greeted with mixed reaction.
5/16/2018
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USDA estimating less crop stock for new market year


 U.S. and global ending stocks for corn, soybeans and wheat are forecast to be down for 2018/19, according to latest numbers from the USDA.
5/16/2018
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