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Priesthood calls twins raised on organic Michigan dairy operation

FOWLER, Mich. — Ten children grew up on the Fowler organic dairy farm owned by Brian and Agnes Koenigsknecht.
7/2/2014
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Field of Dreams cast mark 25 years at Iowa movie site

Kevin Costner and other cast members reunited to mark the 25th anniversary of the movie Field of Dreams.
7/9/2014
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BOAH OKs animal ID rule to boost stock traceability

In an effort to comply with newer federal regulations, the Indiana Board of Animal Health adopted a rule to increase livestock traceability methods.
7/17/2014
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Sachem Award recipient MacAllister still at work

P.E. MacAllister took over his father’s Caterpillar Tractor Co. dealership in 1951. At that time, he said men were still doing business with a handshake.
7/23/2014
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Tate & Lyle all in for $90M Lafayette facility expansion

 For a state known for its cornfields, Indiana is reaping even more from the starchy commodity.
7/23/2014
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BOAH expects new rule to protect aquaculture

With expired federal regulation for a serious fish disease, the Indiana Board of Animal Health has proposed its first rule to protect Indiana aquaculture.
7/23/2014
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Guard livestock, dogs against lepto infection by vaccination

The number of leptospirosis cases diagnosed in dogs has nearly doubled compared to previous decades, according to a recent report.
8/6/2014
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Southern Indiana’s Brawner earns Dairy Princess crown

Kamille Brawner of Hanover was selected as the 2014-15 Dairy Princess for the American Dairy Assoc. Indiana.
8/6/2014
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Russian trade sanctions could hurt U.S. poultry

Last year, according to the USDA and the U.S. Trade Office, Russia purchased a total of about $16.5 billion in goods from the United States.
8/13/2014
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Red Gold field day augments tomato growers’ techniques

Mike Schulte is always eager to learn better techniques to grow his tomatoes – and he learns from other producers at the annual Red Gold Grower Field Day.
8/13/2014
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