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Bourbon could face export tariffs if steel is taxed
It’s often said there are more barrels of bourbon in Kentucky than people. Kentucky’s signature industry could be in trouble, however, pending a resolution by President Donald Trump on exports of steel.
7/19/2017
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Emaciated livestock seized from Indiana farms now under new care
About 60 emaciated farm animals are under the care of a new owner after being seized from an Indiana property where 20 or more other animals were already dead.
7/19/2017
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Expected progeny differences an important tool for ranchers
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Campus Chatter - July 19, 2017
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Spotlight on Youth - July 19, 2017
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COming Events - July 19, 2017
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USDA is unleashing detector dogs for feral swine tracking
As a new tool to help stop the spread of feral pigs, the USDA’s National Feral Swine Damage Management Program has started unleashing detector dogs in specific fields to track the presence of the invasive and destructive wild hogs.
 
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Iowa beef processor among first in U.S. to ship to China
 Beef processor Iowa Premium has received USDA approval to export beef to China, becoming one of the first U.S. meatpackers to gain such approval.
7/19/2017
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Michigan preservation law could hold up solar plans
A California-based solar energy firm is making contacts with local landowners in the Thumb area of Michigan about installing commercial solar farms.
7/19/2017
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Rural Development grants aid multiple Michigan food efforts
More than $1.5 million in projects were awarded Rural Development Fund Grants through the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD), to promote the sustainability of land-based industries and support infrastructure that benefits rural communities.
7/19/2017
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