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Bill seeks to eliminate corn ethanol mandate from RFS

The fight by oil companies against a federal mandate to add more ethanol to gasoline has received a boost from legislation that would freeze the levels of corn now used in making fuel. Corn growers are pushing back, citing figures that corn-based ethanol has reduced the amount of foreign oil imported into the United States
3/17/2015
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Legislature OKs cap raise for Indiana's grain fund

When Indiana farmers sell their grain after July 1, they would pay 0.2 percent of their sale bill to build up the state grain indemnity fund – if Gov. Mike Pence signs a new bill approved in the state legislature.
3/17/2015
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Ag reps tour Cuba as a potentially bigger trade partner

The lifting of a trade embargo on Cuba would benefit U.S. farmers by allowing more American commodities into the country, according to representatives of agriculture groups that visited the Caribbean island earlier this month.
3/17/2015
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Indiana bill could protect rural land owners from involuntary annexations

Involuntary annexation can be a tough battle for landowners in rural areas near municipalities, and for farmers, it can limit their operations and impact future expansion. Indiana Farm Bureau is working to support a bill that would give landowners a chance to fight annexation without going to court. 
3/17/2015
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Swine Health Center will aim to stave off future diseases

In a proactive effort to stave off future disease threats from entering the United States, the new National Swine Health Information Center will debut sometime this summer, the National Pork Board announced at the 2015 National Pork Industry Forum.
3/17/2015
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INfield Advantage aiding in farm nutrient management

WOODBURN, Ind. — Producers who live in watersheds that flow into Lake Erie’s western basin sometimes find themselves the targets of finger-pointing when the question arises of who is responsible for the toxic algae found in the lake. A survey done last year for the Western Lake Erie Basin On-Farm Network found nearly half of those who participated in the network said they changed their nitrogen management because of the program. 
3/17/2015
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Farm World now fostering funny farm photo & video submissions
At the end of a long day slogging through muddy fields or slopping the hogs, who doesn’t enjoy falling into a recliner and watching mindless entertainment like “AFV: America’s Favorite Videos?”
3/19/2015
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