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Wendy’s implements innovative tomato supply via greenhouses
Quick-service restaurant giant Wendy’s takes pride in its hamburgers. Now, the company is on another mission – obtaining a better, more reliable tomato crop.
7/12/2018
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Migrant workers settle with blueberry farmer

A group of migrant farm workers has settled with a blueberry farmer on Michigan’s west side in a dispute over pay, despite the fact that the larger group of workers was denied class action status.
7/12/2018
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Alpacas allow for farming on a small scale

For people interested in farming without a lot of acreage, raising alpacas for their fiber might be the answer. At least it has been for Denise and Rusty Coonley.
7/12/2018
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Broadband access is still a pipe dream to many rural Americans
Julie Shields lives a short distance from access to high-speed internet, but with providers reluctant to extend service, the Indiana resident has no other choice but to press on with her slow dial-up connection.
7/12/2018
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Porter Road takes local butcher shop online
There’s a new level of optimism on Kentucky’s Rittenberry Farms, according to producer Joey Rittenberry.
7/12/2018
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Iowa dairy ‘poised for continual growth’ across state & Midwest
A 2012 report by Iowa State University showed the state’s dairy industry had already been a strong economic driver in Iowa and the Midwest – and is poised for continual growth, according to the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship (IDALS).
7/12/2018
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Farmers concerned about plans for large Indiana industrial park
 Ken Sebasty Sr. has plenty of other acres to farm, but the land he cherishes most is within the footprint of a huge industrial park on the drawing board outside New Carlisle.
7/12/2018
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Pruitt resigns, as EPA set to increase ’19 biofuel volumes
Embattled EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has called it quits at the EPA; engulfed in more than a dozen scandals during his 17-month tenure, the 50-year-old former attorney general of Oklahoma submitted his resignation to President Trump July 5.
7/12/2018
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Analyst advises to keep eye on currency as well as tariffs
Both U.S. and Chinese tariffs took effect on Friday, and the clash over trade isn't expected to end anytime soon.
7/12/2018
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USDA considers comments on bioengineered nutrition labels
Farm and food industry groups continue to maintain some difference of opinion on how food labels should reflect ingredients sourced from transgenic crops – differences reflected in comments the USDA received on its proposed Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) rule to implement the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard (NBFDS).
7/12/2018
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