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‘Year of the Farmer’ theme for promotion at Indiana State Fair
Hoosier farmers will be the center of attention during the 2015 Indiana State Fair thanks to events and activities befitting this fair’s "Year of the Farmer" theme.
5/27/2015
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Indiana State Fairgrounds welcomes auto fans year-round
 Race fans have more than the Speedway to get excited about. The Indiana State Fairgrounds has a few events planned well into the summer for motor sport fans and auto enthusiasts.
5/27/2015
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Boehner: TPA ensures strong trade deals for Ohio farmers
 U.S. John Boehner (R-West Chester, Ohio) on Friday, May 22 released a column on the importance of Trade Promotion Authority for Ohio workers and farmers.
5/27/2015
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Indiana festival offers taste of award-winning wine industry
 The fruits of the Indiana wine industry will be showcased at the 16th annual Vintage Indiana Wine and Food Festival from noon-6 p.m. on June 6 at Military Park in downtown Indianapolis.
5/27/2015
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IU study: Beef hormone lingers in environment after excretion
A hormone used to promote growth in beef cattle remains in the environment longer than previously thought, according to the co-author of a study on the compound.
5/27/2015
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Glickman: Reducing food waste will increase available nutrition
The diversity within worldwide animal nutrition company Alltech comes through during each year during the company’s annual conference. The topics at Alltech’s "Rebelation," as it was billed this year, ranged from being good leaders to raising healthier cows.
5/27/2015
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Hen rentals thriving business despite avian influenza worry
The phenomenon of renting a backyard chicken coop with fresh eggs daily is sweeping the country as more families search for fresher and healthier foods.
5/27/2015
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New state fair in Michigan now making ‘great strides’
In 2012 the fair in Novi took place for the first time, under the banner Great Lakes State Fair, because it hadn’t yet obtained permission to use the term "Michigan State Fair." The fair seems to be going well. Since 2013 there’s been a 100 percent increase in ag and home arts exhibits, with livestock exhibits increasing 82 percent during that same time frame, Masters said.
5/27/2015
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Holmes County on target for new 2016 fairgrounds
By 2016, the new Holmes County Fairgrounds will be a reality, according to Kerry Taylor, president of the Holmes County Agricultural Society.
5/27/2015
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Internships at Ohio State Fair solid prep for various careers
 As an Ohio State Fair intern, Kelly Hart, a senior at Bowling Green State University, had opportunity to work with ESPN when the network visited the fair. She enjoyed her internship because it was hands-on and it helped her prepare for her career.
5/27/2015
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