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15 Ohio horses die in barn fire; heater is likely fire cause

Fifteen horses were killed in a barn fire at Mindale Farms in northern Ohio on Jan. 8. A portable heater being used on the building’s exterior to thaw frozen water pipes is currently listed as the cause of the fire.
1/21/2015
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Conference topics: Global population, climate change

Two months after the branding of the statewide initiative AgriNovus to advance agriculture’s standing through Indiana and the world, farm and agribusiness leaders sat together at the inaugural Governor’s Agriculture Conference in the state’s capital.
1/21/2015
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RFA chief wants ethanol RVOs set at 15B gallons

Compliance with statutory volume requirements for 2014 ethanol production mandated by Congress through the Renewable Fuel Standard in 2007 could have easily been met.
1/21/2015
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Analysts expect soy to replace much of winter wheat for 2015

With the latest round of USDA crop reports published, market analysts are now starting to focus on what farmers will plant in the spring.
1/21/2015
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Residential heating, fuels for transportation costing less

The prices of residential heating oil, propane as well as diesel fuel, continue to fall, according to reports from the Energy Information Administration.
1/21/2015
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Seed company plans for new facility in Illinois

Fast-growing Beck’s Hybrids will get even bigger in 2015 as the Atlanta, Ind.-based seed company plans to build a research and distribution center in the central Illinois town of Effingham.
1/21/2015
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Former Illinois Farm Bureau president will take over as Illinois’ next ag chief

While a handful of appointments to top state positions have drawn partisan criticism in Illinois so far in 2015, new Gov. Bruce Rauner’s choice to take over the state’s Department of Agriculture is eliciting praise from all sides of the political spectrum.
1/21/2015
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Late harvest produces over 250 bushels

A late start in planting translated to a late start at harvest on cornfields at Seth Kohnen’s west-central Ohio farm.
1/21/2015
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Delayed, wet planting doesn’t inflict much harm on soybeans

Six different seed companies dotted the top six spots in an all-season soybean test at a farm in Hancock County in Ohio.
1/21/2015
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MPP signup at 50 percent plus, but critics still have sour reaction

1/21/2015
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