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Idaho Potato Truck supports AHA, aids Illinois food pantry

There are not many things that can turn an eye immediately quite like the Idaho Potato semi.
7/23/2014
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Kentucky fields climbing nicely out of previously arid conditions

For production, it would be difficult for Kentucky farmers to beat what they did last year – soybean and corn production reached record levels.
7/23/2014
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Green Corps hiring local kids to plant trees for Detroit

The nonprofit Greening of Detroit is hiring 80 local high school students through its Green Corps program.
7/23/2014
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Researchers to share solutions for muck crops

Muck is that soil that is made up primarily of humus drained from swampland. Don’t tell northern Ohioans that their soil is swampland.
7/23/2014
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Trainer having storybook season showing her steer

A northern Indiana woman could be viewed as the New York Yankees of prizewinning cattle trainers.
7/23/2014
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Ohio 4-H first-timer captures Junior Fair Grand Champion

After graduating from the Cloverbuds rank for children ages 5-8, Josie Jones, 9, of New Vienna joined the Whatever 4-H Club last winter.
7/23/2014
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Pig donated for cancer victim, 14, brings in $24,000-plus

Kaleb Rule wanted to do something to embody the spirit of 4-H, so he decided to help his friend, Aidan Hendrickson, who is fighting bone cancer.
7/23/2014
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Tate & Lyle all in for $90M Lafayette facility expansion

 For a state known for its cornfields, Indiana is reaping even more from the starchy commodity.
7/23/2014
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Late blight early this year in Michigan and Indiana

The first late blight incidence of the season in Michigan was confirmed July 15 in potatoes near Edmore, Mich., in Montcalm County.
7/23/2014
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Rewriting Ohio’s Phosphorous risk index may help watersheds

The On-Field Ohio project seeks to revise the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Phosphorous Risk Index to be more useful.
7/23/2014
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