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Illinois working on application for biofuel infrastructure funds
The Illinois Corn Marketing Board (ICMB) is taking a lead role in crafting Illinois’ application for a share of a national $100 million biofuel infrastructure partnership project to help make more renewable fuel options available to consumers.
6/25/2015
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Capitol plays host to visitors for Dairy Month in Michigan
The Michigan dairy industry rolled out the red carpet for Dairy Foods Awareness Day at the State Capitol on June 10. Its lawn was the stage for free dairy treats – everyone was invited to taste the temptation of Greek yogurt, sweet ice cream and creamy cheeses in celebration of June as National Dairy Month.
6/25/2015
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Colts’ McAfee, Kelsays boost dairy for kids
Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee recently traded his pigskin for a calfskin, so to speak. He joined students from Clark Elementary School at Kelsay Farms to celebrate June Dairy Month and to get them moving through the Fuel Up to Play 60 program.
6/25/2015
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Fair workshop plans to teach science through an Ag lens

Keeping middle school students engaged with science is essential to inspiring innovators of the future, and a free science workshop being offered as part of the "Year of the Farmer" gives Indiana teachers tools to teach science through the lens of agriculture.
6/25/2015
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Ohio vet’s farm death grim reminder of need for safety
Earlier this month a veterinarian was killed on his family farm in Madison County. Dr. Austin Ayars, 34, was found dead inside a grain feed mixer at his dairy.
6/25/2015
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Indiana FFA elects slate of new officers at convention
A new Indiana FFA officer team stepped up to serve the Hoosier state for the 2015-16 term last week at a ceremony on Purdue University’s main campus.
6/25/2015
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Iowa State Fair Board dropping grandstand races in 2015 event
For the first time in its 161-year history, the Iowa State Fair will no longer have grandstand races, according to board officials, who voted to drop the longstanding events in February.
6/25/2015
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How Republicans’ congressional wins may impact U.S. ag policy

The shifting political landscape after last week’s Republican wins could impact farm policy, especially in the U.S. Senate, where Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts is expected to chair the agriculture committee.
11/12/2014
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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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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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