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Report tells farmers to brace for shifting agricultural labor
A new farm labor report is shining the light on the shifting landscape in the future of foreign-born U.S. agricultural workers, posing new strategies for the nation’s farmers whose livelihoods depend partly on the workforce of nearly 1.5 million-2 million immigrant laborers needed annually.
8/18/2017
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Midwest starts building $2.8B nitrogen plant
Midwest Fertilizer Co. expects to break ground in 2018 on a $2.8 billion nitrogen fertilizer production facility, according to the company’s president and CEO.
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News from around the Farm World - August 18, 2017
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Ohio’s Korb Farms sells a $350K world-record boar
The glamour fell away quickly as Mark and David Korb of Korb Farms were back grinding feed just days after their boar, Leaps and Bounds, sold for $350,000.
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Obituary - August 17, 2017
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Health care and agriculture in Italy compare favorably to U.S.
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Puffball mushroom hunting begins, if nights are cool enough
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Ohio fair officials teach ag to urbanites using virtual reality
Over the past few years the Ohio State Fair, as well as many of the 88 county fairs in the state, have done their best to inform the urban public where their food comes from.
8/18/2017
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Gauging the six degrees of friendship in our world
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Reynolds travels with Iowa farm leaders on China trade mission
On their last leg of a 10-day trade mission, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds and state agricultural leaders told Chinese officials at a July 27 teleconference with reporters in Beijing that ag exports to the nation would increase and biotechnology acceptance would improve.
8/18/2017
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