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Proposed gas tax hike to pay for infrastructure woes
U.S. Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.) has a plan to fix the nation’s infrastructure problems. The ranking member of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure has proposed legislation that would increase the gas tax by a penny per year for the next 30 years to help pay for an infrastructure system in desperate need of repair.
4/19/2017
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Illinois farmland values continue to drop
 Farmland values in Illinois, as across much of the Midwest, continued their downward direction during 2016, dropping by as much as 14 percent depending on the soil type.
4/19/2017
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Indiana farmer has close call with 2,200-pound bull
Brian Banks, 42, never knew what hit him – but when he  crambled for safety and was able to get to his feet with the help of others, he realized he was ambushed by a 2,200-pound Simmental Angus cross bull.
4/19/2017
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Try a new conservation tactic on-farm this year
As Earth Day 2017 approaches, farmers in Illinois and across the region are committing themselves to conservation stewardship in record numbers, according to Ivan Dozier, Illinois state conservationist for the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).
4/19/2017
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Free, confidential water testing in Illinois
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. — Earth Day is a good time for farmers to consider implementing or expanding conservation practices and to assess the effectiveness of existing practices, and a great place to start is with water quality testing.
4/19/2017
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Application deadline near for CPS contract renewals
Farmers enrolled in the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) who have contracts expiring at the end of the year have until May 5 to renew their participation in the program.
4/19/2017
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Illinois specialty crop grant applications due in late April
If you believe you have a new way to incorporate cover crop use so vineyards produce more grapes, or an idea that helps get more fresh fruit and vegetables to impoverished areas of the state, Illinois agriculture leaders may want to give you money to help put it in motion.
4/19/2017
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News from around the Farm World - April 19, 2017
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Coming Events - April 19, 2017
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Coming Events - April 19, 2017 (Cont.)
Continued from Tenessee
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