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Ohio state vet: Get ahead of avian flu by monitoring birds
Ohio poultry owners need to take extra precautions and  monitor their birds for signs of illness. Recent announcements have confirmed the presence of the highly pathogenic H5N2 avian influenza in commercial turkey flocks in the Mississippi migratory bird flyway.
3/26/2015
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Obituary
Honoring Freda L. Dudley
3/26/2015
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Bill calling for Purdue study
of local laws on livestock ops
A bill that could result in restrictions against livestock operations being lifted in some Indiana counties is heading to the state House of Representatives.
3/26/2015
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Holstein breeders pick queen, honor fellows at annual event
 Western Ohio was the hotspot as Holstein breeders from around the state met March 14 for the Ohio Holstein Assoc. (OHA) annual meeting.
3/26/2015
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ISU leads Midwest research to help reduce soybean SDS
Iowa State University researchers are leading a Midwest regional research project to identify farm management practices that help reduce sudden death syndrome (SDS) in soybeans.
3/26/2015
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Michigan hosts a modest mink industry, to Wisconsin’s No. 1
Despite a fickle world economy, zigzagging fashions and ferocious animal rights campaigns to make fur unfashionable and undesirable, the industry has survived and often thrived.
3/26/2015
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ISA exploring if wheat, soy rotations will play in Peoria
Is the time right for soybean producers in central and northern Illinois to consider a double-crop rotation of beans and wheat?
3/26/2015
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Vilsack: School nutrition discussion will continue

School lunch became a political lightning rod after the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 revamped public school meal standards. Last week, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said he expects the school lunch discussion to continue, as Congress must reauthorize the law by Sept. 30.
3/26/2015
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How to create a colorful, memorable Easter feast
Brighten your Easter feast with unique flavor twists to refresh traditional dishes like ham and deviled eggs. And don’t forget the decorations – it’s easy to create vibrant centerpieces using eggs dyed in the hottest seasonal shades.
3/26/2015
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Getting in on the craze of apple-flavor libations
By watching commercials on TV I’ve learned this is the year for imbibing various kinds of alcohol drinks inspired by apples: hard cider, angry ale, Redd’s Apple Ale and others are all over the screen.
3/26/2015
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