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Views and opinions: Country genre lost legend in the death of Roy Clark
Rural Route Music by Bluegrass Johnson
11/29/2018
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Sale Calandar - November 29, 2018
11/29/2018
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Views and opinions: Energy prices weighing on market the past few weeks
Market Analysis by Angie Setzer
11/29/2018
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‘Blue Room’ exposes FFA members to agricultural tech and innovations
At the National FFA Convention that ended on Oct. 27, student members were able to experience something new to the event: An exhibit and presentation devoted to innovation in agricultural technology called the Blue Room.
11/28/2018
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Unseasonable cold, excessive rain slow down harvest’s finish
The swath of unseasonably cold temperatures and above-average rainfall stretching from the Upper Midwest and down into Kentucky and Tennessee has slowed completion of this year’s harvest.
11/28/2018
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St. Louis, K.C. Fed reports reflect lower farm incomes
The U.S economy has heated up, but farm income in the nation’s heartland has dropped for the 19th consecutive fiscal quarter, according to a new third-quarter report from the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank, which serves parts of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas.
11/28/2018
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Illinois family auctioning items to raise $$$ for health costs, MDA
A special auction will take place on Dec. 17 at Martin Auctions in Clinton; this is no ordinary farm closeout land and equipment sale.
11/28/2018
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Both parties seen willing to work on farm bill for passage in 2018
The 2018 farm bill remains the primary focus of U.S. agriculture groups as 2018 comes to a close.
11/28/2018
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Inari to open seed foundry at Purdue Research Park in ’19
Inari, a Cambridge, Mass.-based plant breeding technology company, expects to open a seed foundry at Purdue University’s Research Park by Feb. 1, 2019.
11/28/2018
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FDA, USDA agree to split cell-cultured meat oversight duties
 The cell-cultured meat industry will be regulated by both the USDA and U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The announcement came in mid-November, after months of representatives from both claiming their agency would be best suited to the regulatory process.
11/28/2018
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