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Farm equipment makers expect sales will rebound
The farm equipment industry may finally be able to see some light at the end of the tunnel after years of slow sales, according to information from the Assoc. of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM).
6/13/2017
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Experts cite salmonella rise, point to more backyard poultry
Backyard bird husbandry has flourished in the past year, but America’s love affair with backyard chickens is actually making many people sick.
6/13/2017
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Beef recalled due to E. coli scare
More than 22,000 pounds of beef are being recalled by the Louisville-based Creation Gardens due to a possible E. coli contamination.
6/13/2017
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News from around the Farm World - June 6, 2017
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Pro-Ag calls for milk hearing to spotlight dairy farmers’ plight
6/13/2017
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June balance sheets hold few surprises for markets
6/13/2017
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Coming Events - June 13, 2017
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Names in the News - Juen 13, 2017
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Checkoff Report
6/13/2017
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USCA asking $6M for cattle tick fever treatment, prevention
The U.S. Cattlemen’s Assoc. (USCA) has requested up to $6 million to help offset the costs of eradicating cattle fever ticks currently concentrated in Texas and preventing the disease from becoming a significant threat to the U.S. cattle industry.
6/13/2017
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