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An Indiana soybean test is helped by late planting

Steyer Seeds took three of the top seven yields from a soybean seed test in rural White County, Ind. this fall.
1/28/2015
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South America harvest beginning, but news is slow

The South American soybean harvest is under way, but so far this has yet to impact the global supply of that commodity. This is from the historical tendency for a slow build to South American soybean exports.
1/28/2015
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Milk production climbing; Global Dairy Trade inches up 1 percent

U.S. milk production remained above year ago levels for the 12th consecutive month, according to preliminary data in the December Milk Production report released Friday, Jan. 23.
1/28/2015
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Union dispute, slowdown in West stalls meat destined for export

For several weeks there has been a slowdown in activity at West Coast seaports because of a dispute between the Pacific Maritime Assoc. and the International Longshoreman and Warehouse Union.
1/28/2015
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Rural Illinois pet food firm gets into export business

From its humble offices in rural southern Illinois, Joy Pet Food is looking as far as East Africa to expand its market share.
1/28/2015
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CME’s new online training aimed at teaching about futures market

Amateurs and professional traders alike are welcome to the newly launched CME Group Futures Institute, an online platform geared toward futures education, trading simulation and market research.
1/28/2015
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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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Pinned by tractor, suffocation by dirt causes Indiana man’s death
 A freak accident involving a farm tractor led to a tragic death – and although rare, such accidents are not uncommon, especially with older tractors when owners try starting them from the ground.
1/29/2015
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Innovation nurses Tri-Ag to Innovation Award from IFCA
As agricultural retailers who rent sprayers and nurse equipment to farmers for use with herbicide and insecticide combinations, the staff at Tri-Ag in Emden understands the difficulty of identifying what was the last product used in their equipment in order to reduce the potential liability of crop damage.
1/29/2015
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Great Lakes restoration funding asked for by an Ohio Congressman

U.S. Rep. David Joyce (R-Ohio) has reintroduced legislation that would provide funding to renew the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI).
1/29/2015
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