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Illinois offers emergency grain storage as part of hurricane relief
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — In the aftermath of the disaster caused by hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the Illinois Department of Agriculture (IDOA) is authorizing the use of temporary and emergency grain storage structures.
9/29/2005
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Farm Aid says money gets to family farmers
CHICAGO, Ill. — Roger Allison was oblivious to the concert taking place a few hundred yards from his Patchwork Family Farms booth at Farm Aid. He was too busy selling pork chop sandwiches and bratwurst to hungry music lovers.
9/29/2005
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Ohio corn, soybeans will take long boat to Taiwan
CIRCLEVILLE. Ohio — Taiwanese grain buyers want to purchase 295 million bushels of corn and 95.5 million bushels of soybeans during the next two years. And farmers from Ohio, Indiana, Missouri and Iowa will be more than happy to help fill the order.
9/29/2005
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Ohio bull stud offers total package of bovine reproductive services
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio — When Genetic Connection opened in October 2004, they didn’t set out to reinvent the wheel when it comes to beef and dairy bull studs, but they did plan to become a rare combination in the bovine reproductive business.
9/29/2005
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Indiana town receiving total energy makeover
REYNOLDS, Ind. — One small Indiana town is getting a complete energy makeover. Gov. Mitch Daniels, along with Indiana Agriculture Director Andy Miller, announced Sept. 13 that the White County community of Reynolds is the first BioTown, USA.
9/29/2005
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PETA vs. God or What would Jesus eat?
Most intelligent, well-adjusted people - the kind that read this column - don’t spend time arguing with fools. So, for most of us, the ranting of the animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) holds little interest. Yet there are others in our world that turn into simpering morons when they read some trumped up story about animal cruelty published by PETA.
9/29/2005
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2006 budget remains a scandalous lie
Since early spring, Republican aggies in both the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate have warned their farm and ranch constituents that farm program spending will be cut $3 billion over five years beginning with the 2006 federal budget.
9/29/2005
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Income tax money and muddles increase in Indiana
9/29/2005
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USDA: Expect next farm bill to be smaller
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — For approximately three hours for Indiana Lt. Gov. Becky Skillman and USDA Deputy Secretary Chuck Conner, the USDA’s Farm Bill Forum in the Farm Bureau Building at the Indiana State Fair was more like the “listening session” format the USDA had originally planned.
9/28/2005
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Michigan farm family fighting eminent domain case
YORK TOWNSHIP, Mich. — For Howard and Kelvin Braun getting a letter from the Washtenaw County Road Commission telling them it might want to put a road through one of their fields wasn’t happy news.
9/28/2005
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