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Temperatures climbing by 1 degree every four May days
5/21/2015
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Story details Lincoln and his affinity for his animals
5/21/2015
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10 years ago: CBOT begins trading South American soy
5/21/2015
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U.S. House passes measure to halt WOTUS from moving forward

The U.S. House passed H.R. 1732, the Regulatory Integrity Protection Act of 2015, last week calling for the EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers to halt movement on a proposed rule regarding Waters of United States (WOTUS). Farm organizations were quick to respond to the news. American Farm Bureau Federation President Bob Stallman said it sends a strong message that a flawed rule is unacceptable and should be scrapped.
5/21/2015
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Ag director warns herbicide drift carries deadly financial damage

Just knowing what the neighbors are growing is a first vital step in ensuring herbicide drift does not cause any problems. This step is easy thanks to DriftWatch. Illinois Department of Agriculture Director Philip Nelson encourages anyone using pesticides or who propagate specialty crops or bees to visit www.driftwatch.org to prevent any damage.
5/21/2015
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How to cheat on cabbage rolls with Brussels sprouts
5/21/2015
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Oak Ridge Boys release album available May 26
5/21/2015
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Egg prices difficult to forecast, even with avian influenza factor

It's too soon to determine any egg price impacts from the recent avian influenza outbreak, according to a report from the Egg Industry Center (EIC) at Iowa State University.
5/21/2015
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Four keys to perfect steak, says an expert grill master
5/21/2015
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Panel says credit is plentiful for farmers

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Credit is plentiful for America’s farmers and ranchers, and it is being provided at rates near historically low levels.
7/2/2014
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