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Views and opinions: Livestock groups seek a definition for term 'meat'
Hoosier Ag Today by Gary Truitt
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Views and opinions: House, Senate ag committees discard budget
Food and Farm File by Alan Guebert
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Great Lakes conservation interests band together to influence farm bill
 A coalition of farmer, agricultural business and conservation groups in the Great Lakes region has formed to try to put its stated priorities front and center, as legislators continue work on the 2018 farm bill.
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FFA endowment aims to help students attend conventions


 Thanks to a $200,000 endowment, called “unique and first of its kind” by FFA officials, several students will get the chance to attend the 2018 FFA National Convention – an opportunity that they may not have had otherwise.
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U.S. planted cotton acres projected higher for 2018
Planted cotton acres, as well as hopes for the industry, should be up in the coming year. Despite some reasons for caution, producers are mostly optimistic about the future.
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Board to review amusement ride inspection chain in Ohio


 More than six months after one of the most catastrophic carnival ride accidents in Ohio history, a state advisory board has agreed to form a new committee to review the amusement ride inspection process.
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Indiana health plan adds work requirement to keep benefits


 The extension of Indiana’s health insurance program for low-income residents includes a work requirement along with funding for substance addiction treatment.
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New produce safety rules take effect; enforcement next year
U.S. and foreign-supplier vegetable and fruit farmers who individually generate $500,000 or more in annual sales have 12 months to prepare for widespread inspections of their farms next year, after new federal food safety laws took effect Jan. 26, part of the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) 2011 Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).
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Meeting will promote efforts to bring local foods to cafeterias
School districts in Ohio are looking to start or expand a Farm to School program. Farmers and producers are looking for school districts that want the fresh, local food they grow.
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There's still time to adequately prepare for submitting tax info
Longtime farmer clients of Brandy Swope, a certified public accountant with Kline’s CPA Group, know what information she needs when they visit her office during tax preparation season.
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