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Be vigilant for fleas, lice, ticks and other pests for livestock

Poor Will's Almanack for June 1-7
5/28/2015
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Just how do retirees handle all that excitement they get into?
 
 
 
It's the Pitts column for May 27
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Organic foods to be highlighted in Ohio Sustainable Farm Tours

Farm tours are nothing new, so, wanting to make this year’s special, those at the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Assoc. (EOFFA) made organic foods their key focus. Participating in these tours are 30 organic and ecological farms and businesses in Ohio and Michigan. The tours run from June 3-Oct. 24.
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Recalling Our Roots: 40 years ago, farm fire was investigated as possible arson
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Race is on in Indiana for new robotic design to seed crops

The 2016 agBOT Challenge set for May 2016 will feature some of the nation’s most advanced robotics teams competing to develop hardware, software, sensors and human-machine control interfaces that enable seeding equipment to be driven remotely
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American music tapestry completed by The Isaacs

Rural Route Music column
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WTO shows U.S. COOL another chilly reception

 The World Trade Organization (WTO) announced May 18 its fourth ruling since 2002 against the U.S. country of origin labeling (COOL) law. The announcement stoked efforts last week by House Republicans to eviscerate USDA COOL regulations; the outlook for that legislative effort remains uncertain.
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Purdue trustees OK $60M Ag & Life Sciences facility

 The Purdue University Board of Trustees approved a new $60 million Agricultural and Life Sciences facility on the West Lafayette campus and took action toward building an equine center in Shelbyville during the board’s May 15 meeting.
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 Farmer-to-Farmer works to match U.S. farmers’ expertise with the needs of the communities in East Africa.
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Dairy groups are urging repeal of COOL requirements 
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