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NBFA warns farmers to be on lookout for lawsuit scam
The National Black Farmers Assoc. (NBFA) clarified in a recent statement that attempts to solicit money from African-American farmers for an open discrimination lawsuit is likely a scam.
4/11/2018
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Ohio couple named NOYF's Outstanding Young Farmers
Nick and Sunny Cummings were national winners at the 62nd annual National Outstanding Young Farmers (NOYF) Awards Congress in Sacramento, Calif.
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Journey to justice for black farmers long but worthwhile for Boyd, NBFA
Like many dealings in the life of a farmer, the struggle of African-American farmers to achieve justice for discrimination they endured from the USDA was difficult and long.
4/11/2018
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Northern Indiana farm's old mint still survives brush fire
Guy Salisbury is too young to remember his great-grandfather putting mint from his field into a still and capturing the oil used for chewing gum and candy.
4/11/2018
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Ohio’s Great Tack Exchange draws from seven states for just five hours

Lauren Hughes of Parkersburg, W.Va., purchased a two-horse trailer from Kevin McKinney of Sardinia, Ohio. Delbert Green of Monticello, Ind., swapped a worn saddle for two pair of riding boots and miscellaneous bridle from Kevin Albers of Stanton, Mich.
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Lessons + agriculture add up for winning Tennessee math teacher
Elementary math teacher Andy Roach is aware his discipline is not generally known for incorporating agriculture into its educational practices, but that doesn’t stop him.
4/11/2018
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Peoria hosts the 'alpacalypse' during show's grand nationals
A central Illinois city known more for mining equipment and corn and soybean farms played unlikely host to a large specialty animal agriculture event the weekend of March 23-25: The 2018 Alpaca Owners Assoc. (AOA) National Alpaca Show.
4/11/2018
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Education evolving with the job market, for agriculture
Agriculture is changing quickly and universities around the world are changing with it.
4/11/2018
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Indiana county proposes hike in setback, for wind turbines
 A doubling of the setbacks for commercial wind turbines is proposed in Miami County, in response to a raft of complaints about a wind farm on the drawing board.
4/11/2018
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Pruitt, EPA under fire for RFS waivers to refineries
 An investigation by Reuters charges that U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has been giving preferential treatment to some of the nation’s largest oil refining companies. Recently, he was found to have granted Texas-based Andeavor hardship waivers on biofuel regulations.
4/11/2018
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