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Indiana Grown label to fill shelves of big retail chains

In the heart of Indianapolis’ southeast side, next to Interstate 465’s metro traffic, Waterman’s Family Farm sits like a spot out of time. Its watermelons, homegrown corn, green beans and other produce draw neighbors who want local, healthy food.
7/16/2015
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JBS USA purchases Cargill Pork business for $1.45 billion, pending federal review

JBS USA Pork announced on July 1 its agreement to purchase Cargill Pork’s U.S.-based pork business for $1.45 billion, with completion of the acquisition subject to federal regulatory review and approval.
7/16/2015
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USDA tightens soybean and corn reserves in July report

Few changes were made to corn numbers in the July supply and demand report. Yield was left unchanged at 166.8 bushels per acre, but crop size was reduced 100 million bushels to reflect the acreage numbers from the June 30 USDA report.
7/16/2015
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This time of July optimal ripe time for apples and peaches

As July comes to an end, a subtle change takes place in weather history statistics. The chances for highs in the 80s or 90s fall slightly from 90 to 75 percent.
7/16/2015
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Federal government rule seizes states’ water rights

In early June, I noticed all along the corridor of the newly designated construction route of Interstate 69 there were signs – lots of signs.
7/16/2015
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