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John Deere picks Iowa State site for spray lab
After spending years expanding its leadership in crop care technologies through the acquisition of several innovative spray equipment companies, John Deere and Company needed a location for a new company laboratory to test products coming through the pipeline.
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Nutrien report gives snapshot of late spring on fertilizer sales
Fertilizer producer and retailer Nutrien Ltd. reported earnings negatively affected by the late-arriving spring, but offered upbeat prospects and earnings guidance at its first earnings call last week.
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Monthly roundtables assess resources to combat opioids
 “The opioid epidemic in rural communities is more than a public health issue; this is a matter of rural prosperity,” was how Anne Hazlett, USDA’s assistant secretary for Rural Development, greeted a group of state and local experts last week in another series of grassroots roundtables on opioid misuse.
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Farm bill proposal takes on disease, dairy, indemnities
 Animal health and livestock groups said the U.S. House farm bill draft, which incorporates some Senate proposals for animal agriculture, is a move in the right direction for protecting animal health, livestock disaster relief and dairy farm financial health.
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ISU report shows boom in Cedar Rapids' ag processing industries
In cooperation with the city of Cedar Rapids, Iowa State University has released a report identifying emerging technologies that could be a starting point for increased economic activity, jobs and startup companies in the city’s agricultural and bioprocessing industries.
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Hoosier egg processor to launch breakfast product
 EggLife LLC, a food production startup, has started construction on a new processing facility in Wolcott, Ind. EggLife recently bought a 60,000-square-foot specs building for $3.9 million in Mid-America Commerce Park, located in White County.
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Views and opinions: Urban’s in the ‘fast lane’ but began on rural route

Rural Route Music by Bluegrass Johnson
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Views and opinions: It is asparagus season again, so eat it up now
Farm and Ranch Life by Dr. Rosmann
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Views and opinions: There’s no rarer bird than to spot a working cowboy

It's the Pitts by Lee Pitts
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Views and opinions: Crown Point man reels in state record lake whitefish
Spaulding Outdoors by Jack Spaulding
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