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RFA chief wants ethanol RVOs set at 15B gallons

Compliance with statutory volume requirements for 2014 ethanol production mandated by Congress through the Renewable Fuel Standard in 2007 could have easily been met.
1/21/2015
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Analysts expect soy to replace much of winter wheat for 2015

With the latest round of USDA crop reports published, market analysts are now starting to focus on what farmers will plant in the spring.
1/21/2015
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Purdue economists advise how to weather lowered crop prices

In the face of an economic downturn, row crop farmers will need to strategize carefully to offset the decrease in crop prices over the next few years, said Purdue ag experts in a recent webinar.
1/22/2015
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Climate change study examines economic effect

Applying business risk analysis to climate, a new report on Jan. 23 warns agriculture of the potential disruptions to its economy that climate change could wreak in the coming decades.
1/28/2015
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Network lets Indiana farms test practices toward water quality

Joining more than 400 crop producers across Indiana this year, a small band of farmers in Jay County will evaluate their management practices using technology provided through the On-Farm Network.
1/28/2015
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Ohio Seedstock Producer for 2015 awarded to Karr Farms
Tom Karr of Karr Farms was chosen the Ohio Cattlemen’s Assoc. (OCA) Seedstock Producer of the Year. The award, which Farm World helps sponsor, was presented at OCA’s annual awards banquet Saturday.
1/29/2015
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Purdue experts offer tips for ‘Best in Class’ farmers
“Best in Class” isn’t just for 4-Hers anymore, said Purdue economists last week. Farmers should strive for excellence in running their operations in a tough economic show ring.
1/29/2015
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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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Coppock: Downstream customers are bigger worry than federal rules

Ag retailers have more to fear from "downstream" customers than from federal regulators, said Daren Coppock, CEO of Ag Retailers Assoc., at last week’s Agribusiness Council of Indiana Conference and Expo.
2/4/2015
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Dairy ‘Dialogues’ focuses on best communicating animal care
Research by the largest fast-food hamburger chain, McDonald’s, shows the No. 1 concern among its customers is that animals be “humanely raised,” said its global animal health and welfare officer last week.
2/5/2015
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