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Beck talks company culture at Haupert Institute's celebration
 College students in agriculture-related programs should be aware of the variety of jobs available to them after graduation, the president of Beck’s Hybrids said.
11/29/2017
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Walmart Fort Wayne milk plant opening delayed to early 2018
Walmart expects to open a new milk processing plant in southern Allen County in early 2018, according to a company spokeswoman.
11/29/2017
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The comeback of the milkman? Dairy providers are cashing in
It might be a stretch to think home delivery of milk will become what it was when much of the nation in the 1950s had the service – but there is “udderly” a comeback brewing nationwide.
11/29/2017
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Ohio pair carries on work of farm safety for their county
 Working hard to keep families safe on and off the farm is the mission of Southwest Ohio Family Farm Safety, directed by Russ Beckner and his grandson, Ryland Beckner.
11/29/2017
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Illinois Specialty Crop Block Grants to focus on research
Research projects took center stage once again as the top recipients of Illinois’ share of money from the federal Specialty Crop Block Grant Program, awards announced earlier this month by the Illinois Department of Agriculture.
11/29/2017
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Artist uses trees as medium for living sculptures of grafted fruit
The farming practice of grafting has been used by Sam Van Aken – artist and professor of sculpture at the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University – to make dozens of unique trees.
11/29/2017
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Ideal conditions on Illinois farm aids corn, soybeans
For Bruce and Nick Constant, near-perfect weather conditions and the right amount of rain during the season led to eye-popping yield numbers this year as part of the Farmer’s Independent Research and Seed Technologies (FIRST) program.
11/28/2017
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Agriculture bankers meeting educates those new to farms

The American Bankers Assoc. (ABA) hosted its 65th annual National Agricultural Bankers Conference this month, with the goal of helping bankers prepare for what is ahead in agricultural lending by highlighting trends in land values, credit and risk management and the economy.
11/28/2017
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Response mixed to USDA's biotech proposal withdrawal
Agricultural, biotechnology and consumer groups issued mixed reviews to a November announcement from the Animal Plant Health and Inspection Service that APHIS would withdraw a proposed rule amending regulations about the import, transport and environmental release of some genetically engineered (GE) organisms.
11/28/2017
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Farm groups mull House, Senate tax cut proposals
Agriculture-related organizations, politicians and voters have weighed in on U.S. House and Senate Republican plans to cut taxes.
11/28/2017
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