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Ohio Seedstock Producer for 2015 awarded to Karr Farms
Tom Karr of Karr Farms was chosen the Ohio Cattlemen’s Assoc. (OCA) Seedstock Producer of the Year. The award, which Farm World helps sponsor, was presented at OCA’s annual awards banquet Saturday.
1/29/2015
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Purdue experts offer tips for ‘Best in Class’ farmers
“Best in Class” isn’t just for 4-Hers anymore, said Purdue economists last week. Farmers should strive for excellence in running their operations in a tough economic show ring.
1/29/2015
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Panel: Agribusiness needs to adapt to economy, tech

Agribusiness has to adapt quickly to the changing economic times and practices of its customers, according to leaders in the industry who spoke last week.
2/4/2015
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Coppock: Downstream customers are bigger worry than federal rules

Ag retailers have more to fear from "downstream" customers than from federal regulators, said Daren Coppock, CEO of Ag Retailers Assoc., at last week’s Agribusiness Council of Indiana Conference and Expo.
2/4/2015
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Dairy ‘Dialogues’ focuses on best communicating animal care
Research by the largest fast-food hamburger chain, McDonald’s, shows the No. 1 concern among its customers is that animals be “humanely raised,” said its global animal health and welfare officer last week.
2/5/2015
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Farm World celebrates 60 years in publication

On Feb. 15, 1955, Tom and Peg Mayhill planned to expand their small publishing business in Knightstown, Ind. by starting a farm-focused newspaper called The Eastern Indiana Farmer.
2/11/2015
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Indiana sets record for popcorn crop in 2014

Indiana set records for its popcorn crop in both yield and production last year, boosting it by 10,000 acres since 2013.
2/11/2015
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Recycled food scraps may feed Hoosier pigs with proposed bill

Hoosier pig farmers may have a new feed option in the near future. It’s an old idea with a modern twist: Recycled and treated food scraps from commercial kitchens.
2/11/2015
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Veterans rein in post-traumatic stress with new horse program
Tootsie, Rocky, Whisper and Snowflake at Giant City Stables are saddled up to help southern Illinois veterans cope with post-traumatic stress syndrome and other well-being issues.
2/13/2015
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Obama budget proposes cuts to federal ag insurance co-pay
President Barack Obama’s fiscal year 2016 budget proposal calls for cuts in spending for agriculture but maintains the focus on rural America by continuing efforts that are working in reversing population and economic decline in less populated areas of the nation.
2/13/2015
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