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AFBF: Bacon, chicken breast drive 2017 retail price hikes
Thanks to a growing demand for bacon, retail prices as part of the American Farm Bureau Federationís (AFBF) regular national survey of food products rose by an average 3 percent entering the fall harvest, compared to prices on the same goods a year ago.
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Indiana's farm deaths jump to 3rd-highest in almost 50 years
Itís been almost 30 years since Indiana experienced so many farm-related deaths.
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Ananda Hemp is developing market ideas for new crop
Ananda Hemp, the first facility in the United States to process industrial hemp, opened its doors for an inside perspective on Sept. 28.
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Blaze kills 1 million Indiana birds in five chicken houses
More than 1 million chickens perished in a fire Oct. 2 at a northern Indiana egg-producing operation.
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Senators get behind efforts to stop EPA drop in biofuel levels
The oil industry is leading EPA down a dangerous road with its latest proposal for the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) Ė thatís what 38 U.S. senators said in recent letter to the agency.
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New OSU ag dean brings in a teacher's perspective
Dr. Cathann Kress, the new vice president for agricultural administration and dean of the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) at The Ohio State University, comes from serving as VP for extension and outreach and director of cooperative extension at Iowa State University.
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September hog numbers up 2 percent; more growth is ahead

 Based on last month’s hog and pig inventory, which was up 2 percent, farm market analysts forecast healthy and profitable growth ahead for the U.S. pork industry.


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Are American consumers demanding fattier pork?
Walk into any Arby’s fast-food restaurant these days and a new item on the menu is quickly picking up a lot of fans. The main reason: porchetta, the fattier version of bacon.
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Four arrested after piglets are stolen, killed in Illinois
Four people, including two adults and two juveniles, were arrested last week and face charges in connection to the theft, torture and killing of 30 piglets from the Logan Sow Center in southern Illinois.
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Proper manure handling a piece of harvest safety
When talk turns to harvest safety, most advice centers on grain transportation and handling once corn is delivered to local elevators or other storage sites. With the 2017 harvest well underway, safe handling of liquid manure used to fertilize fields after the harvest must also be considered, points out University of Illinois Extension farm safety expert Ted Funk.
10/11/2017
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