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USDA projects U.S. corn will set new record

U.S. corn production is expected to hit a record 14 billion bushels, with soybean production predicted to reach a record 3.82 billion, up 16 percent from last year.
8/20/2014
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University analysis favors ARC option on this year’s corn crop

Those who fail to choose between Agricultural Risk Coverage or Price Loss Coverage will automatically be entered into PLC for Farm Service Agency farms.

8/20/2014
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Monitor: Rust unlikely to hurt Southern soybeans this year

After 10 years of testing, the USDA said there was little incidence of the soybean rust disease active on the North American continent in 2014.
8/20/2014
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AEM: Large equipment sales down from first half of 2013

Sales of combines and larger tractors through July were down from the same period in 2013, according to the Assoc. of Equipment Manufacturers.
8/20/2014
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Farm manager, Dow employee named Purdue Women in Ag

Kerry Dull told her family that she would never marry a farmer. Now, she lives on a 2,000-acre farm, and the recipient of the 2014 Women in Agriculture Achievement Award.
8/20/2014
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Moody has Indiana ‘AgriVision’

Montgomery County farmer Adam Moody received Indiana’s 2014 AgriVision Award last week during the Indiana State Fair.
8/20/2014
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Eastern Indiana family expands with second, retail meat business

Custom processing of fresh-cut meats just became easier in Rushville, where Gettinger Family Custom Meats has expanded into retail to meet the needs of its customers.
8/20/2014
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Dow and Monsanto testify in herbicide deregulation

The USDA seemingly is moving closer to the deregulation of genetically-engineered plants resistant to the herbicides 2,4-D and dicamba.
8/27/2014
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Deere lays off 600 from ag lines, cites falling grain prices

More than 600 workers at four John Deere factories have been laid off "indefinitely," following a slump in farm machinery sales.
8/27/2014
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SDS attacking soybean crop

SDS has been found in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio and Tennessee. Yield losses of up to 80 percent have been reported.
8/27/2014
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