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NFU wants COOL added into NAFTA
Supporters of Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) laws for beef last week called on the Trump administration, Congress and federal trade officials to figure COOL into North American Free Trade Agreement renegotiations.
6/13/2017
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Indiana Ag reports the state leads U.S. in cover crops
Indiana is at or near the top for cover crops, with more than 1million acres planted for the second consecutive year, according to a report released by the Indiana State Department of Agriculture (ISDA). “Conservation continues to be a priority for Hoosier farmers, and this report proves that,” said Ted McKinney, ISDA director.

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Explosion damages Ohio winery
An early-morning explosion at the Winery at Wolf Creek in Copley on May 30 resulted in heavy damage to a structure housing the distillery, according to Michael Benson, captain of the Copley Fire Department.
6/13/2017
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Better planting weather a trade for worms, slugs
Four days of warmer temperatures and drier conditions last week helped Ohio farmers get back in the fields to wrap up corn and soybeans, as well as get a good, but late, start on first cutting hay.
6/13/2017
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How will U.S. ag react to change in Paris accord?
In a White House Rose Garden ceremony on June 1, President Donald J. Trump announced he would pull the United States from the Paris treaty on global climate change. It was a matter of national sovereignty, explained Trump.
6/13/2017
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Wall Street Journal is wrong in appraisal of rural America
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Trump’s budget proposes deep cuts in ag, food programs
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Hoosier Congressional delegation asked to reject SNAP budget cuts
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Perdue talks ultra-filtered milk during trip to Canada
In his first official international visit, USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue visited Toronto on June 5 to conduct a series of meetings with Canadian officials. His tour included visits with Canadian Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Lawrence MacAulay and Premier of Ontario Kathleen Wynne.
6/13/2017
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Pork, poultry groups seek rehearing on EPA air rule
 A challenge is being waged against the overturning of a U.S. EPA rule that exempted producers of pork, meat and poultry from reporting air emissions from the waste produced by their animals.
6/13/2017
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