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West Michigan field crops swamped with excess rain
Michigan farmers watched as their crops became submerged in a flood, as storms drenched the area with 4-12 inches of rain...
6/18/2008
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Michigan rains wipe out high numbers of veggies
Roger Victory expects to spend $20,000-$30,000 to replant portions of his vegetable crops damaged by floods this summer...
6/18/2008
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Flooded pastures could force Michigan farmer to sell sheep
Gary Holt donned his waders and headed outside; he was on a mission to herd his 300 head of sheep to high ground...
6/18/2008
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Iowa flooding claims 3 million crop acres
Iowa Gov. Chet Culver said damage from last week’s historic floods could reach into the billions of dollars...
6/18/2008
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Most regional tomatoes are cleared by the FDA
The FDA added Ohio to a list of states that are not associated with the food safety alert for certain types of raw red tomatoes...
6/18/2008
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Research aim: Corn yields of 300+ bushels
6/12/2008
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Animal health remains top priority for Ohio county fairs
6/12/2008
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Premises ID for Illinois fairs now voluntary
6/12/2008
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Website offers quality assurance, ethics certification
6/12/2008
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Illinois’ fruit trees may rebound from poor ’07
6/12/2008
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