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Top-yielding hybrids make over 271 bushels per acre
Michigan soliciting comments on changes for best farm practices
   
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Views and opinions: If life hands you lemons, be sure to ask for identification
Truth in the Trenches by Melissa Hart
11/17/2017
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When it comes to a duch hunt, timing is everything
Spaulding Outdoors by Jack Spaulding
11/17/2017
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Views and opinions: Transfer simple courtesy from the stage, to news
Rural Route Music by Bluegrass Johnson
11/17/2017
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Views and opinions: Parkinson's is not understood well; pesticides may contribute
Farm and Ranch Life by Dr. Rosman
11/17/2017
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Views and opinions: 'Rural noir' infuses diner's undercover drug charges 
It's the Pitts by Lee Pitts
11/17/2017
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Views and opinions: Stars of summer almost all gone from nighttime
Poor Will's Almanac by Bill Felker
11/17/2017
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Hurricanes spark new WRDA considerations at roundtable
Terminal B at PortMiami is far removed from the fields of the Corn Belt. The busy transportation hub in the center of hurricane country provided a fitting location, however, for an important Congressional roundtable kicking off discussions for the 2018 Water Resources Development Act (WRDA).
11/8/2017
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Stressors separate Illinois neighbors' '17 corn yields
Separated by only a few miles, corn yields varied greatly in early- and late-season trials conducted on northwestern Illinois crop fields by Farmers’ Independent Research of Seed Technologies (FIRST).
11/8/2017
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More than 90k Indiana farms in federal crop lose safety net
 More than 90,000 Indiana farms are sharing close to $300 million in federal funds to help recover from 2016 being a down year financially for crops.
11/8/2017
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Ducklings perish, chicks live in two separate Indiana fires
Thousands of baby ducks perished, but a much larger number of baby chicks were spared in October fires close to 48 hours apart on nearby Indiana farms.
11/8/2017
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