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USDA reviewing high-oleic bean from Pioneer after FDA gives OK
11/11/2009
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How soothing can help trauma victims cope with the aftermath
11/11/2009
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Rather than rely on Washington, we can look to God for aid with dairies
11/11/2009
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Yields near 60 bushels at Illinois soybean sites
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Michigan artist takes ‘Peachbelt’ status literally
11/11/2009
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Welcoming teenagers into the antique collecting fold
11/11/2009
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Kentucky group reveals more women in farming
There’s been much made of what will happen to American agriculture as aging farmers retire and die, since far too few young people seem to be taking an interest in the field.
11/11/2009
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Issue 2 wins Ohio votes
During last week’s election, Ohio voters overwhelmingly showed their support for Issue 2, a measure that would create a board to monitor the standards of livestock care.
11/11/2009
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Michigan wants in on lucrative cranberry farms
A new state law should make it easier for would-be cranberry growers to get started in the business.
11/11/2009
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Michigan legislators halt 26 layoffs from ag department
The Michigan Department of Agriculture averted more extensive layoffs last week when the state legislature passed a supplemental bill restoring cuts that were made to the department.
11/11/2009
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