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Four will be added to Ohio Ag Hall of Fame in August
Dedication to agriculture in Ohio doesn’t go unnoticed in this state – the Ohio Agricultural Council announced last month that Dwight B. Beougher, James Buchy, Opal Holfinger and Virgil L. Strickler will be inducted into the 52nd annual Hall of Fame at the Ohio Expo Center on August 4.
6/13/2017
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Indiana Lt. Gov. Crouch touts state’s ag muscle
Indiana’s lieutenant governor, a state senator and officials with Huntington University touted the state’s agricultural industry during a recent lunch program.
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Northern Indiana historical power show is on Father’s Day weekend
Families seeking a Father’s Day weekend getaway may want to go to northern Indiana for the 15th annual Fulton County Historical Power Show, June 16-18.
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Spotlight on Youth - June 13, 2017
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Indiana Hemp celebrates history, new partners
The Indiana Hemp Industries Assoc. (INHIA) celebrated the eighth annual nationwide Hemp History Week with a June 5 dinner at Monrovia’s Main Street Grill.
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Four teams advance to state from Ohio Area IV Envirothon
On any other afternoon the grounds of the Fernald Nature Preserve in Hamilton County are quite tranquil.
6/13/2017
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Davis and Ernst awarded for ag advocacy by Agri-Women
Everything from crop insurance to regulatory reform depends on Congressional support, and two legislators were recognized as agriculture champions during the American Agri-Women’s (AAW) legislative fly-in last week.
6/13/2017
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Hog prices continue to be higher this year, says Hurt
For agricultural commodities, larger supplies generally result in lower prices. According to Purdue University extension economist Chris Hurt, this year’s hog market is going against that adage with both larger supplies and higher prices.
6/13/2017
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Star power turns out to brighten Michigan dairy
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Obituary - June 13, 2017
David Brian Schweikhardt
September 14, 1958-June 2, 2017
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