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Make meat stretch further with this poor man’s steak
A couple of the leading professional meat market operators in eastern Indiana were recently quoted talking about the price of meat.
11/20/2014
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Acorn poisoning threat to young livestock this winter
Squirrels, birds and small wildlife are known to dine on acorns. Cows, on the other hand, can eat a few acorns, but too many green ones can cause deadly poisoning.
11/20/2014
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Illinois legislators approve long-awaited fracking rules
 Permits for new wells that incorporate the controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing could be issued shortly after the new year, now that a legislative panel approved final rules governing the practice
11/20/2014
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Illinois Pork and Farm Bureau hosting meeting series about final CAFO rules
With final rules for Confined Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) revealed by the Illinois Pollution Control Board, the Illinois Farm Bureau (IFB) and Illinois Pork Producers Assoc. (IPPA) are hosting a series of meetings across the state to educate producers about the new rules.
11/20/2014
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Illinois’ winter wheat crop may be smallest since ’09
Acreage seeded for winter wheat this year in Illinois likely will be at its lowest level in more than six years, byproducts of Mother Nature’s early arctic blast last week and wet weather that prolonged harvest season into early November.
11/20/2014
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Preserving pollinators the aim of Washington, D.C., meetings
With a noticeable decline in the populations of bees, butterflies and other pollinators, the U.S. EPA and USDA are working with the public to try to find solutions.
11/20/2014
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Partnership talks with AAW about immigration reforms

The Partnership for a New American Economy is a bipartisan coalition of more than 500 mayors and business leaders dedicated to smart immigration reform, said Hanna Siegel, deputy director of the group, at the American Agri-Women (AAW) national convention earlier this month.
11/20/2014
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American Agri-Women talk water, GMOs at convention
American Agri-Women (AAW) came to Ohio for their annual convention this year – and it was a rousing success, said Jane Marshall, president of Ohio Agri-Women.
11/20/2014
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Farm Bureau meeting focuses on ag education and aid for city consumers
They may not all be “country,” but the Marion County Farm Bureau’s (FB) volunteer members and board are invested and interested in agriculture in their own way, living in Indiana’s biggest metropolitan area.
11/20/2014
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Emboldened Michigan wolves spared from a hunt – for now 
Unlike the wolf population of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula (U.P.), Michigan’s Ballot Proposal I had no teeth, in terms of the future of wolf hunting in the state.
11/20/2014
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