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Don’t forget to enjoy that leftover pumpkin, as well
Thanksgiving Week is a time of bounty – and that includes leftovers. While most folks have favorite traditions for leftover turkey, such as sandwiches and tetrazzini, what about that leftover can of pumpkin that simply could not fit into the last pie shell? And there are all those pumpkin seeds, too.
11/26/2014
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Feed ravenous sports fans with leftover holiday turkey
Just about everybody enjoys a delicious roast turkey dinner for Thanksgiving with all the traditional trimmings. However, cooks usually overestimate the size of the turkey that will be needed and begin trying to figure out ways to use the leftovers.

11/26/2014
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40 years ago: Centerville Feed & Grain under new ownership
Recalling Our Roots
11/26/2014
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WRP-Restricted easment in Indiana sells for $640 an acre
 In Warren County, Ind., 147.46 acres of land with a permanent restrictive easement by virtue of a Wetland Reserve Program (WRP) agreement recently sold for $94,375, or $640 per acre, to an investor/hunter from Indianapolis.
11/26/2014
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Local farm suppliers feature prominently at Peoria show

The numbers have it – boasting more than 350 companies offering over 1,000 product lines displayed in 900-plus exhibit booths sprawled over 150,000 square feet of exhibit space, the Greater Peoria Farm Show (GPFS), now in its 33rd year, just keeps growing.
11/26/2014
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Noted ag meteorologist will lead seminar at Peoria show

Educational seminars will be a new addition to the long-running Greater Peoria Farm Show (GPFS), scheduled for Dec. 2-4 at the Peoria Civic Center.
Leading off the seminars for the 33rd GPFS will be Iowa State University professor of ag meteorology S. Elwynn Taylor. He has notched a distinguished career spanning more than four decades with the university and extension, racking up memberships in honorary and professional societies, awards and honors while publishing reams of technical guides and extension education publications and abstracts.
11/26/2014
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Lawsuit alleges DuPont and Valmont Industries took firm’s irrigation ideas
A lawsuit has been filed in federal court alleging two giants in the agriculture industry stole their ideas in the making of a new irrigation product.
11/26/2014
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Lawsuits mounting against Syngenta for its GMO seed 
Seed hybrid behemoth Syngenta Corp. is facing a growing number of federal class-action lawsuits against its genetically modified (GMO) MIR 162 seed Agrisure Viptera that American corn farmers say was released into the U.S. market without import approval from China.
“Syngenta must be held accountable for
11/26/2014
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Groups pushing for labeling of mechanically tenderized beef
One item on the holiday wish list of some consumer and food safety advocates is the USDA approving a rule that requires mechanically tenderized beef cuts to be labeled as such.
11/26/2014
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Groups push for Section 179, bonus depreciation tax extenders
Farm and business groups have a Christmas wish for Congress: Reinstate Section 179 expensing and bonus depreciation provisions before year’s end. But until lame duck legislators take any legislative action, counting on any such tax breaks for 2014 is a gamble.
11/26/2014
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