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Election shows Rural America 
is flexing its political muscle
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What exactly is China buying 
on its U.S. shopping spree?
As political winners joust over election spoils, many Americans are tickled pink (or purple) to leave the costliest, most bitter campaign season behind and return to their lives of family, work and dreams.
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Record volume of soybeans being used for crush in September 

The Census soybean crush data for September has been released with a record volume of soybeans being used. For the month US crushers consumed 171.03 million bu of soybeans, the most ever for the month. This total was in line with most pre-report estimates but was still enough to give the soy complex support.
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Washington state rules dairy 
workers entitled to OT pay
SEATTLE (AP) — A divided Washington Supreme Court ruled the state’s dairy workers are entitled to overtime pay if they work more than 40 hours a week, a decision expected to apply to the rest of the agriculture industry.
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Dam bypass project allows trout to return to native spawning grounds in Nevada
WADSWORTH, Nev. (AP) – U.S. and tribal officials are celebrating completion of a $34 million fish bypass system at a Nevada dam that will allow a threatened trout species to return to some of its native spawning grounds for the first time in more than a century.
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NFU welcomes 14 to its 10th Beginning Farmer Institute
WASHINGTON D.C. – As part of its ongoing efforts to support the next generation of American agriculture, the National Farmers Union (NFU) announced that 14 participants have been selected for its 10th Beginning Farmer Institute (BFI). Over the course of 10 months, these beginning farmers and ranchers will attend three sessions focused on technical training, mentorship and leadership development.
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Reindeer at farm for Christmas
BROOKVILLE, Ind. – An Indiana farmer raises not just Christmas trees but reindeer to give his customers the ultimate holiday experience.
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Patience: Growing walnut trees
for profit is long term investment
Ohio – It’s no secret that
producers everywhere are
looking for that extra niche
to help them pad their bank
account, whether it’s agritourism,
a new specialty
crop or simply an off-thefarm,
money-making hobby.
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Memorization: a powerful life investment
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U.S. crop forecast grows

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