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Ohio business, nursery owners work to propagate ‘Moon Tree’
For the sake of clean water, a Moon Tree will bite the dust. But perhaps not completely; Bill Lagergren, a nurseryman, hopes to clone the tree.
4/16/2015
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4/16/2015
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Hoosier farmer’s lifesaving decision under a power line

A northern Indiana farmer made what could have been a life-or-death decision by staying in the cab of his backhoe with a live power line draped over the heavy machinery he was operating.
4/16/2015
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Ohio orchardist leads demo on pruning for various fruit trees
Why, when and how does one prune fruit trees? Cindy Meyer, agriculture and natural resources educator for Butler County, gets a number of questions about it.
4/16/2015
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Wheat a risky proposition for north-central Indiana growers
 If farming is risky, growing wheat is even riskier in Fulton and Kosciusko counties, where finding a field of wheat is about as simple as finding the proverbial needle in a haystack.
“I don’t plant wheat,” Brian Romine, a Kosciusko County farmer, said. “It just isn’t worth it.”
4/16/2015
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Stamp Expo commemorates farmers’ market in St. Louis
A stamped envelope, designed for the St. Louis Stamp Expo, marked more than 200 years of the Soulard Farmers’ Market, one of the country’s oldest open-air markets.
4/16/2015
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Ohio barn lovers make a note of Findlay meeting

Barn enthusiasts, owners and even “barn-huggers” are invited to join Friends of Ohio Barns (FOOB) for an educational tour and the group’s 16th annual conference in Hancock County April 24-25.
4/16/2015
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Dairy farmers learn about tests to assure milk quality
 Dairy producers should make sure they know the best ways to correct any problems found during testing done on milk from their operations, a specialist with Dairy Farmers of America said recently.
4/16/2015
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Grass-fed livestock farms require field management
Using pasture to sustain livestock can benefit some farms, especially now as consumers become more interested in how their food is raised. But like grain-fed operations, free-ranged or grass-fed farms require substantial management decisions, especially when it comes to pastures.
4/16/2015
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Second case of deer chronic wasting disease found in Ohio
Chronic wasting disease, or CWD, is more prevalent in the western part of the country than anywhere in the United States. Last year, however, authorities became alarmed when a case showed up on an Ohio hunting preserve.
4/16/2015
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