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Specialty the top soybean in southeastern Indiana test plot

 Six different seed companies marked the top six spots in a soybean test at a farm in Decatur County.
11/19/2014
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25 years ago: Farmers warned against toxic corn-screen feed

Jane Hardisty, of Greenfield rural route, became the state’s first female Soil Conservationist when she accepted a position with the Soil Conservation Service at the Delphi field office in Carroll County.
11/19/2014
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USDA lowers corn estimate but raises its soy numbers

The average U.S. corn yield now stands at 173.4 bushels per acre and, while under estimates, will still give the United States a 14.4 billion-bushel crop.
11/19/2014
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Other Chicago bears’ win is sign of things to come

The Chicago Bears may have lost to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, Nov. 9, but the "other Chicago bears" won the following week at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange where bearish fundamentals crashed cheese prices.
11/19/2014
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USDA says pork production at lowest level since 2010

The November WASDE lowered USDA’s forecast of 2014 pork production by 97 million pounds (0.4 percent) and lowered its production forecast for next year by 305 million pounds (1.3 percent).
11/19/2014
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Wooden fire pumper may be oldest on the continent
The Shelburne County Museum is part of a museum complex in Shelburne, Nova Scotia.
One of its centerpieces is one of the oldest fire pumpers in North America and one thought to be the oldest in Canada.
11/20/2014
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Average highs of 50 or above out of the question next week
It is late November, Thanksgiving,
And the slow rain falls as all day
It has fallen.
-Wendell Berry
11/20/2014
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Are some children, and farmers, born too bashful?
Some infants, toddlers and older youngsters who we expect should be comfortable in social interactions shun anyone with whom they are not immediately familiar. Quite a few farmers, especially single men and women involved in agriculture, also tend to be socially reclusive and avoid all but the most necessary social exchanges.
11/20/2014
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Underwood celebrates first 10 years in music
I must admit I’m not a huge fan of the reality shows that go in search of undiscovered talent dreaming of becoming the newest music stars.
11/20/2014
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Three flavorful courses will satisfy Thanksgiving crowd
A memorable holiday meal always comes down to the mouthwatering meals served by the host. This season, impress family and friends with three traditional courses many come to expect at such a gathering: a juicy bird, a hearty side and a sweet ending.
11/20/2014
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