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House subcommittee finishes CFTC hearings on fund needs

A U.S. House subcommittee on April 14 held the last in a series of hearings to evaluate funding needs for the federal Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
4/22/2015
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Illinois implement company showcases its new building

Beard Implement Co. welcomed its customers, neighbors and friends to an open house of their new building near Ashland on March 14.
4/23/2015
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Opponents: Estate tax repeal would only benefit the wealthy

A repeal of the federal estate tax would affect a small percentage of farmers, while hurting efforts to balance the budget, according to Americans for Tax Fairness.
4/29/2015
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Farmers oppose Mounds Lake Reservoir in Delaware County

Officials in Anderson, Ind. want to dam the White River and create a 2,100-acre lake in Madison and Delaware counties at a cost of an estimated $440 million.
4/29/2015
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House committee puts focus on global hunger

Congress and a national task force have taken action in recent days to address the challenges of providing safe, nutritious, sufficient and sustainable food worldwide.
5/6/2015
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Report: Farm loans rising for 2015 operating expense

Non-real estate farm loans continued to increase in the first quarter of 2015, according to a quarterly report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
5/6/2015
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USDA’s climate change plan is designed to help farmers

USDA announced a detailed plan that will begin to help farmers to begin building a long-term strategy to keep their farm sustainable in spite of any climate change.
5/6/2015
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Freeze sours Tennessee’s peaches, but other fruits OK

A hard freeze in late March has soured yield prospects for Tennessee’s fresh peach crop. Prospects for the Volunteer State’s apple, grape and berry crops are better.
5/6/2015
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Monsanto, BASF join Dow in labeling herbicides for drift

Monsanto Co. and BASF Corp. have agreed to wording regarding wind direction on labels for their dicamba-based herbicides, according to the chair of the Save Our Crops Coalition.
5/6/2015
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Iowa declares emergency as avian influenza spreads

Still reeling from the largest case of H5N2 avian influenza in the country that has struck Iowa over the last two weeks, the nation’s top egg producer was hit again – this time with 21 new probable cases.
5/6/2015
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