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Farm World celebrates 60 years in publication

On Feb. 15, 1955, Tom and Peg Mayhill planned to expand their small publishing business in Knightstown, Ind. by starting a farm-focused newspaper called The Eastern Indiana Farmer.
2/11/2015
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Indiana sets record for popcorn crop in 2014

Indiana set records for its popcorn crop in both yield and production last year, boosting it by 10,000 acres since 2013.
2/11/2015
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Recycled food scraps may feed Hoosier pigs with proposed bill

Hoosier pig farmers may have a new feed option in the near future. It’s an old idea with a modern twist: Recycled and treated food scraps from commercial kitchens.
2/11/2015
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Veterans rein in post-traumatic stress with new horse program
Tootsie, Rocky, Whisper and Snowflake at Giant City Stables are saddled up to help southern Illinois veterans cope with post-traumatic stress syndrome and other well-being issues.
2/13/2015
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Beacon Credit Union buys lender Midwest Ag Finance
 Beacon Credit Union announced Friday it has reached an agreement to acquire Midwest Ag Finance. The agreement has been approved by the board of directors for both financial institutions and includes the purchase of assets and assumption of liabilities.
2/13/2015
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Interpretive rule withdrawn from ‘Waters of U.S.’ plan

Farmers have notched a victory in the ongoing battle over an effort of the federal government to tighten controls on the use of their land.
2/19/2015
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After report, USDA will study livestock centers

USDA has opened a 60-day review and ordered an update to its animal welfare plan at all 49 federal centers that perform livestock research – in response to a recent New York Times story of animal abuse.
2/19/2015
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NCC: Cotton planting likely to be down this growing season

 With the decline in cotton prices has come talk of declines in production for this year’s crop – something that was reflected in planting intentions surveys released by the National Cotton Council (NCC).
2/20/2015
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Legislature OKs cap raise for Indiana's grain fund

When Indiana farmers sell their grain after July 1, they would pay 0.2 percent of their sale bill to build up the state grain indemnity fund – if Gov. Mike Pence signs a new bill approved in the state legislature.
3/17/2015
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Indiana bill could protect rural land owners from involuntary annexations

Involuntary annexation can be a tough battle for landowners in rural areas near municipalities, and for farmers, it can limit their operations and impact future expansion. Indiana Farm Bureau is working to support a bill that would give landowners a chance to fight annexation without going to court. 
3/17/2015
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