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Rural Route Music: Fellow Kentuckian Tom T. Hall was a true storyteller

7/29/2015
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Wrenching Tales: Checking out International at the Red Power Round Up

7/29/2015
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Add some variety to the summertime picnic meal

Recipes this week: Picnic-Wiches with Greek Artichoke-Beet Relish; Bean, Tortellini & Pesto Salad; Smoked Salmon & Beet Wraps; and Steak & German Potato Salad

7/29/2015
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Veal or pork works well in homemade Austrian recipe

The "Skinny Cooks Can't Be Trusted" column tackles wiener schnitzel 
7/29/2015
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Recalling our Roots: 25 years ago, USDA approves first-ever field test of GMO corn

7/29/2015
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Bookworm Sez: Doctor examines potential benefits of med marijuana
 

7/29/2015
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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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Monsanto, BASF join Dow in labeling herbicides for drift

Monsanto Co. and BASF Corp. have agreed to wording regarding wind direction on labels for their dicamba-based herbicides, according to the chair of the Save Our Crops Coalition.
5/6/2015
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Avian flu bans cause county fairs to hustle 

Across much of the Midwest, safety measures to prevent the spread of avian influenza will affect 4-H members whose projects involve pigeons or poultry.
6/10/2015
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Report: Rural infrastructure needs ‘vast improvements’

"Deteriorated and deficient rural roads and bridges are hindering our nation’s agricultural goods from reaching markets at home and abroad, and slowing the pace of economic growth in rural America.”
7/22/2015
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