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Hoosier machine show reuniting Mogul plow with Rumely tractor
A restored gas pull tractor and plow are reunited on an Johnson County, Ind. farm...
6/18/2008
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Indiana seafood going to soy food?
Fish is the new hog – at least if one believes the Indiana Soybean Alliance (ISA)...
6/18/2008
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Learn more at an aquaculture workshop during this summer
The Indiana Soybean Alliance and Purdue University extension will offer six summer workshops on aquaculture...
6/18/2008
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Floods create crises for Midwest farmers
Experts agree it’s still too early to assess the full extent of damage caused by recent severe weather across the Midwest...
6/18/2008
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Before replanting, assess risks and consult insurers
As farmers across the Midwest were grappling with the results of devastating storms, agricultural experts were at a loss for words...
6/18/2008
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FEMA aid offered to flooded farmers; report losses to FSA
President Bush had approved 26 flooded Indiana counties as qualifying for individual federal assistance for homeowners...
6/18/2008
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Chinese delegation visits Indiana soybean facilities
A delegation of Chinese soybean buyers liked what they saw during last week’s one-day whirlwind tour of Indiana...
6/18/2008
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ACRE provision lauded by Illinois, national ag groups
The Average Crop Revenue Election (ACRE) program in the new farm bill could trigger an additional $16 billion in budget costs...
6/18/2008
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Ag officials put blame on oil in food vs. fuel debate
As Midwesterners attempt to recover from severe flood damage, the controversial debate on food versus fuel rages on...
6/18/2008
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About 200 farms apply for limited Ohio Farmland Preservation funds
Nearly 200 Ohio farm families submitted applications to asking for funds to help keep their land forever in agricultural use...
6/18/2008
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