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Ag recession may increase need for mediation services

A farm mediation specialist called me three weeks ago. The mediator said there are rumblings that low farm commodity prices are triggering an uptick in distressed loans that could lead to an increased need for farm debt mediation services.
12/3/2015
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RFS falling short of corn growers’ wishes – again

While Monday’s announcement from the U.S. EPA finalizing Renewable Volume Obligations (RVOs) under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) for 2016 showed a boost over its proposal several months ago, groups representing corn production indicated the news still leaves growers cold.
12/3/2015
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Young Ohio painter adorns barns, more with his work

Scott Hagan grew up on his family farm in Belmont County, Ohio, but he loved drawing on a canvas rather than drawing milk from a cow.
12/3/2015
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Increased volatility in ag markets due to La Niña?

Ag markets may react with increased volatility in 2016 due to the current El Niño and its potential impact on future weather patterns, said the senior economist at CME Group, a leading derivatives marketplace.
12/3/2015
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R&C first to slaughter for Ohio under USDA interstate program

A small-scale meatpacker in Gallia County has become the first in the state to slaughter livestock under the USDA’s Cooperative Interstate Shipment program.
12/3/2015
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Michigan ag museum seeking education partners and donors

A project to transform a former canning company site in southeastern Michigan into the home of an agricultural history museum is moving forward.
12/3/2015
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Traveling exhibit is bringing Dust Bowl lessons to region

The 19th century was an era when U.S. government scientists, railroads and land speculators out West all espoused the same line: “The rain follows the plow.”
12/3/2015
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Traveling exhibit is bringing Dust Bowl lessons to region

The 19th century was an era when U.S. government scientists, railroads and land speculators out West all espoused the same line: “The rain follows the plow.”
12/3/2015
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4-generation Ohio farm family tackles rough racing schedule

Every morning Joe Essig Sr., 70, guides a Standardbred from barn No. 8 onto the track at the Warren County Fairgrounds near Lebanon. In the meantime, his wife, Janet, cleans one of the stalls and adds fresh bedding made of hay before Joe returns.
12/3/2015
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Pardoned by president, turkeys given refuge at a historic Virginia farm

By now, most of them have met their inevitable doom. Artificially conceived in time for a July hatching, Broad Breasted White turkeys are bred and raised primarily for one purpose, to be the guest of honor on the dinner table of millions of Americans on the fourth Thursday of November.
11/25/2015
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