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Dry-bean growers looking at a boom harvest in Michigan

Michigan dry bean growers are on track for one of their best years.
10/15/2014
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Canada to produce less wheat, but export a higher percentage

Canada’s wheat crop production will drop more than 26 percent this year. But the world’s leading wheat exporter will ship more this year, putting pressure on other wheat exporters, including the United States.
10/15/2014
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Pasture values are rising
in Missouri, maybe East?

 Pastureland values in Missouri increased 7.2 percent this year over their 2013 level, according to the University of Missouri annual land value survey.
10/16/2014
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EDF breaks ground at Pilot Hill Wind Project for Illinois
The slow flap, flap, flap of activated wind turbine blades is expected early next year across the flat prairies that constitute Kankakee and Iroquois counties, about 60 miles south of Chicago and adjacent to the state’s border with western Indiana.
10/16/2014
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OSU: Solar power could save some farms in electric costs

Begun in 1858, Richardson Farms is in its sixth generation. The family grows row crops, fruits and vegetables and has greenhouses.
10/16/2014
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Lower heating bills expected in winter 2014
Households in all regions of the country can expect to pay lower heating bills this winter, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) Oct. 7 Short-Term Energy Outlook.
10/16/2014
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Extend growing season with hoop house, low tunnel or fabric
While most Midwest gardens and croplands are turning the telltale gold and brown of autumn and giving up the last of their fruits for the season, some gardens are just getting started.
10/16/2014
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