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Honey maker blames mosquito spraying for dead honey bees
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is defending itself against claims by a honey maker blaming the spraying of mosquitoes for the death of half of his bees in the northwest part of the state.
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Understand oil and gas before signing fracking contract
ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Ohio – Landowners in eastern Ohio, where gas and oil extraction – known as fracking – has been underway for about 10 years, should consider several factors before making decisions on royalty payments and leases for their properties, an Ohio State University extension educator said.
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China buying big; but the EU is going to take some time
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – USDA Under Secretary Ted McKinney provided updates on the country’s trade status with several nations – including China – during a recent virtual roundtable discussion.
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Struvite studied as fertilizer alternative
STREATOR, Ill. - Researchers have acknowledged since as far back as 1976 that struvite —magnesium ammonium phosphate — utilized as a fertilizer encourages greater growth of grass, fruit and various crops compared with conventional fertilizers. Struvite was found to be especially suited for fertilizing turf grass, not only providing adequate nitrogen and phosphorus, but also magnesium, the vital element of chlorophyll, which is responsible for the green coloration of plants
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Swine health, opportunities among key topics at 2021 Ohio Pork Congress
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Swine health, opportunities and safeguards are key topics to be discussed at this year’s Ohio Pork Congress gathering in Columbus.
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Increase in fish and animal activity probable toward end of January
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Suet cake consumption seems to relate to freezing weather
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Oatmeal may be just what you need 
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Uncertainty follows announcement of Food Box program Round 5

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Jim Kraft named product director for Brock Grain
MILFORD, Ind. – Jim Kraft has been named product director for Brock Grain Systems, according to Don Sjolin, vice president and general manager for the CTB Inc. business unit. In this new position, Kraft will provide additional support in Brock’s commitment to product leadership in the market.
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