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Ag groups working with others to advance transport solutions

Wherever it can be credited for exposure, there is no denying elected officials, government agencies and others are beginning to take notice the United States has a transportation infrastructure problem.
6/25/2015
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Donnelly pushing for Congress’ renewal of Export-Import Bank

Not just manufacturers, but also agriculture, could be negatively impacted if the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) is allowed by Congress to dissolve.
6/25/2015
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Michigan DNR cautions tree owners to be alert for SBW

State officials warned tree owners this month they should expect a small caterpillar to damage a great number of spruce and fir trees this year.
6/25/2015
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May was this year’s third profitable month for hog sales

USDA will release the results of its latest hog inventory survey on June 26. My prediction: breeding herd up 1.8 percent and market hog inventory up 8.5 percent.
6/25/2015
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Indiana’s first black bear in 144 years damages hives, bird boxes
MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. — A black bear roaming this northwestern Indiana community for several days knocked over several beehives at a farm that supplies more than 20,000 pounds of raw honey each year to places like Four Winds Casino outside New Buffalo and Spire Farm to Fork restaurant in La Porte.
6/25/2015
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Black bears not spotted in Indiana for last 144 years
On June 12, Department of Natural Resources (DNR) wildlife biologists confirmed the presence of a wild black bear in northern Indiana.
6/25/2015
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Smart dog shows early talent for protecting farm’s livestock
The Firefly Moon, full on July 1 at 9:20 p.m., wanes throughout the period, reaching perigee, its most powerful position closest to Earth, on July 5 and then entering its last quarter at 3:24 p.m. July 8.
6/25/2015
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A ‘basket of summer fruit’ not as lovely as it sounds
I can almost hear some of you groaning: "The poor, again! When’s Amos going to move on?" But he doesn’t. The first seven chapters dwell on the unjust wickedness, not only of all the other peoples, but Israel also, because God called His people to a higher level and they have failed to respond. The consequences of not responding to God will be terrible. And it was.
6/25/2015
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When feeling small and weak, know God’s strength is plenty
Gentle waves lapped the shore as we pointed the bow of our canoe towards the landing spot in the woods. Others had already arrived and were preparing to move their crafts along the path to the open lake on the other side.
6/25/2015
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Supercharged Swap & Sell livens up Portland in spring
Amazingly it was sunny the first day of the Portland, Ind., swap meet. Put on by the Tri-State Gas Engine and Tractor Assoc., the meet is accurately titled "Swap & Sell," and this year it took place May 13-16.
6/25/2015
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