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Views and opinions: More diverse parties involved in trade talks might aid ‘connecting’
Policy Pennings by Daryll E. Ray and Harwood D. Schaffer
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Views and opinions: Purple paint really means ‘no trespassing’ – no joke
Spaulding Outdoors by Jack Spaulding
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Views and opinion: There is hope, when dealing with mental illness, addiction
Farm and Ranch Life by Dr. Rosmann
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Views and opinions: Living in ‘farm country’ doesn’t make one an ag expert
Hoosier Ag Today by Gary Truitt
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Views and opinions: The national eulogy I hope never has to be delivered
It's the Pitts by Lee Pitts
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Views and opinions: Pollen from ragweed moving north into the lower Midwest
Poor Will's Almanac by Bill Felker
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Driver shortage, fuel prices pushing ag transport costs
 Illinois farmers expect increased trucking costs for this harvest season, driven by diesel fuel prices, a nationwide truck driver shortage, rising equipment costs and the newly implemented rule for electronic logging devices (ELD).
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Iowa researchers develop app for soybean diseases

 An independent team of Iowa State University agronomists and engineers have developed a mobile device app that could allow farmers – or anyone – with access to a smart phone detect soybean diseases in a similar way trained plant breeders and scientists already do.
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Unique hog loader saves time, energy, improves safety
At Cooper Farms in northwestern Ohio, there’s a lot of moving going on. The company, which started its hog business in 1994, moves up to 700,000 pigs a year from barns to trailers to packing plants.
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Indiana report gauges road, bridge conditions
Sixty-three percent of Indiana’s county roads were in good or fair shape in 2017, according to a report released last month. The study also found that 9 percent of the state’s more than 13,000 bridges were structurally deficient, and 15 percent functionally obsolete.
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