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USDA’s forecast for corn, soybeans differs by region

The USDA’s corn and soybean forecasts released on Aug. 12 have earned mixed reviews regionally.
8/19/2015
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Supporters defend use and safety of GMOs in ag

Depending on who is asked, genetically modified (GMO) seeds can be good or bad.
8/19/2015
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Saint Lawrence Seaway grain shipments up sharply in 2015

Shipments of U.S. grain through the Great Lakes in states such as Indiana and Ohio are up dramatically so far this year, with help from growth in markets overseas.
8/19/2015
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NAILE is staying put, say Kentucky fair, ag officials

The North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) is arguably the biggest and most prestigious livestock show in the country bringing more than 200,000 visitors to the Kentucky Exposition Center (KEC) each year.
8/19/2015
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DNR gathering input on forestry plan at meetings

Hoosiers can offer input on the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Division of Forestry’s 2015-19 strategic plan at three public meetings in September.
8/19/2015
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Antique tractors finding an indoor home at the Illinois State Fair

Antique tractors have been on display at the Illinois State Fair for several years, but this year they were moved into the Orr Building.
8/19/2015
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Teen's death spurs reminder of ATV safety on and off farm
Whether all-terrain vehicles are used on a farm or for recreation, safety reminders are needed. An Indiana teenager died and two others were hurt while riding ATVs.
8/19/2015
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Hoosier Homestead celebrates bicentennial of Indiana farming

During the Indiana State Fair, which this year is themed "The Year of the Farmer," the Indiana State Department of Agriculture recognized farms that have been in the same family for at least a century, with the Hoosier Homestead Awards.
8/19/2015
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Grassfed Exchange is coming to Michigan for the first time

Join the growing grass-fed beef movement by attending the 2015 Grassfed Exchange Conference, Sept. 16-18 at Comfort Inn and Suites in Mt. Pleasant.
8/19/2015
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FDA seeking comments on raw milk in cheese

A study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports a dramatic increase in the number of cases of foodborne illness caused by consuming raw milk and products made from it. 
8/26/2015
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