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Consumers seek more details about the origins of their food
Many consumers are pondering how to enjoy their favorite produce without the fear of illness...
6/18/2008
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FDA: Tomatoes are cause of outbreak of Salmonella
During a season when tomatoes are in high demand, the timing couldn’t be worse for a salmonella outbreak...
6/18/2008
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Michigan FB opposed to state control of water use
The Michigan Farm Bureau is against proposed water use legislation that would create more restrictions on the rights of landowners...
6/18/2008
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‘People Behind the Product’ nets NAMA award for MDA
An innovative marketing initiative is bringing dairy producers’ stories more into focus for the American public...
6/18/2008
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Expert: Evaluate biofuel crops for potential ‘invasiveness’
What if the next big hope for ethanol turns out to be a parasitic invader for the same area it’s supposed to financially boost?
6/18/2008
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Wisconsin native brings experience to Iowa dairy job
Kelli Boylen's new job is bringing her back to her southern Wisconsin dairy roots...
6/18/2008
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From cattle to grocery aisles, Cherry’s celebrates 100 years
The end of May was the kickoff for a yearlong celebration for the Cherry family and those patrons served by Cherry’s IGA...
6/18/2008
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Landscaping, pottery support Ohioan’s passion for equine
Tracy Fehring of Clermont County, Ohio, applies an equine touch to most of her landscaping and pottery pieces...
6/18/2008
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Illinois antique tractor show dampened with heavy rain
Tom Lichtemeyer traveled all the way from Belleville, Ill., to attend the Macoupin Agricultural Antique Assoc. tractor show in Carlinville...
6/18/2008
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Berry crops bouncing back throughout southern Illinois
The last strawberry picking ended last weekend in southern Illinois, but red raspberries are ready early, thanks to the recent heat...
6/18/2008
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