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PED deaths pushed ’14 pork price to uncompetitive levels

The cost of living declined in December for the third consecutive month. The drop is largely due to lower energy prices.
1/21/2015
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New layout, innovations at Power Show Ohio this year
New days, new layout and new innovations: Those will be the marks of distinction at the 45th Power Show Ohio, Jan. 29-31 at the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus.
1/22/2015
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Farm bill’s initiative launching new approach to conservation
USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack announced on Jan. 14 federal funding for new conservation projects across the nation that are poised to improve soil health, water quality and water use efficiency, wildlife habitat and other related natural resources on private lands.
1/22/2015
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Farm Bureau talks policy, next-gen farm transfer, at meeting
Thousands of farmers from across the United States gathered last week to discuss policy, trade, estate planning and farmer-veteran issues at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s (AFBF) 96th Annual Convention Jan. 11-14, 2015, in San Diego.
1/22/2015
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Indiana tables bill that limits
local control of livestock operations
A measure that would prevent local governments in Indiana from superseding the state when it comes to allowing huge livestock operations has been placed on the back burner.
1/22/2015
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Indiana bill prohibits local control of farms
Opponents of a bill that would prohibit county or city regulations on large livestock farms in much of Indiana criticized the measure on Jan. 12 as an attack on local authority, while supporters defended it as a way to protect farmers’ interests.
1/22/2015
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50 years ago: More than 500 miles of interstate for Indiana
Recalling Our Roots
1/22/2015
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Memoir more about history than a father’s occupation
The Undertaker’s Daughter by Kate Mayfield
c.2015, Gallery Books
$24.99/$29.99 Canada
368 pages
1/22/2015
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Nebraska couple creates a library
 A Nebraska couple have opened a library of sorts outside of their home that is filled with free books for the community.
Josh and Courtney Salmon, of Palmer, said they were inspired by the Free Little Library organization, a group that promotes literacy around the world by offering books at no charge.
1/22/2015
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Soy trials give Michigan growers benefit of research  
Southeastern Michigan soybean growers gathered at Cabela’s in Dundee on Jan. 15 to learn results of 2014 Soybean Management and Research Technology (SMaRT) on-farm research trials, as well as a multistate agronomic practices research study done by Michigan State University.
1/22/2015
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