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Hoosier farmers, lawmakers ride the river on barge tour
Not only are inland waterways an integral part of grain transportation, using a barge to haul can put a couple of extra cents into growers’ pockets.
9/19/2014
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Branstad seeks revised Iowa rural broadband legislation
Gov. Terry Branstad is seeking revised broadband legislation nearly five months after a majority of Democrats and some Republicans in the Iowa House voted against his proposal to expand Internet services to rural Iowans.
9/19/2014
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High prices cause more sales of light calves and yearlings

Most experts will agree that the present cattle industry is seeing unprecedented times as far as prices go, especially those with cow-calf operations.
9/19/2014
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Lorain Co. Farm Tour will give Ohio visitors a glimpse into ag
Enjoy the 2014 Lorain County Farm Tour taking place Sept. 27 from noon-5 p.m.
9/19/2014
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‘The Farm’s’ special events funding care for people with disabilities
Once a working farm near this Kane County community, The Farm now aids in the growth of people with disabilities, both physical and mental. And it does that through the Farm Friends NFP (not-for-profit).
9/19/2014
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Public joins farmers to watch Illinois cover crop application
A couple dozen central Illinois farmers and a smattering of curious onlookers watched an aerial cover crop seed mix application on Sept. 8 at Sugar Grove Nature Center in McLean.
9/19/2014
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Eye-scout for weeds even if using herbicide, say resistance experts
As weeds become more resistant to herbicides, farmers, ranchers and scientists are looking for ways to combat the problem.
9/19/2014
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NW Indiana produce tended by prisoners goes to charity
Fresh produce is being put on dinner tables from a football field-sized organic garden, but it’s not farmers doing the growing. Instead, the garden is being tended by inmates at Indiana State Prison (ISP), in the northwestern part of the state.
9/19/2014
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Panel says credit is plentiful for farmers

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Credit is plentiful for America’s farmers and ranchers, and it is being provided at rates near historically low levels.
7/2/2014
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States awaiting Vermont outcome on GMO lawsuit

MONTPELIER, Vt. — States across the country are waiting for a Vermont court verdict on  the first labeling law for GMO foods.
7/2/2014
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