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Demand, supply remain steady in beef forecast

The global beef market forecast appears positive, according to the recent Q2 2014 Beef Quarterly.
7/23/2014
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Rootworm, Palmer amaranth discussed at U of I field day

Even though corn rootworm has not been a big issue this year, the ongoing concern is resistance to Bt corn.
7/23/2014
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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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Tennessee cotton growers could still pull a good yield

Tyson Raper, University of Tennessee cotton specialist, said this year’s cool temperatures and excessive rainfall put many cotton producers behind.
7/23/2014
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Crop forecasts, if correct, will drive down net farm income

Better weather conditions and expected bumper corn and soybean crops corn may produce a perfect storm for lower average farm incomes.
7/30/2014
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DNR: Half of Ohio’s natural gas now produced in-state

Production of natural gas doubled from 2012 to 2013 in Ohio’s Utica shale and that was a first for the state.
7/30/2014
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EPA’s Clean Power Plan elicits strong responses

Public comments are still being accepted at the U.S. EPA about new carbon reduction guidelines, after public hearings in four cities last week.
8/6/2014
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USDA: July cattle numbers down 3 percent from 2012

U.S. cattle numbers are down 3 percent from 2012’s 97.8 million head, with only 95 million head, the lowest inventory for July since the series began in 1973.
8/6/2014
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