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Metaphorical 'baler twine and barn lime' can help ag women cope well
 Living life with a purpose was the message keynote speaker Laura Daniels presented at last month’s 25th Women in Agriculture conference.
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Be mindful of how you work this spring, to avoid lower-back pain
Back pain is common among farmers, so The Ohio State University extension published an AgrAbility Fact Sheet online about farming and back pain.
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Ohio Soy to host virtual field trips for students of all ages
First it was the pigs. Then came the chickens. Now, it’s the soybeans.
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House Ag files farm bill as CBO scores estimated cost
After two years of hearings, the 2018 federal farm bill is being negotiated with possible changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and the elimination of funding of some programs – but, overall, similar funding expected.
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Canadian and Mexican reps talk trade, NAFTA
The U.S. economy isn’t as independent many politicians describe. Instead, it is knotted tightly at key points with those of its North American neighbors.
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Some farmers optimistic for tariffs result, even if worried
Roger Hadley grows corn and soybeans in eastern Allen County. While he waited last week for the weather to improve enough to start planting, he also kept an eye on China’s threat of tariffs on U.S. goods.
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Indiana business owners may receive export help
 Indiana business owners wanting to branch into Canada or Mexico have ready resources in Detroit, which is home to bureau offices for both countries that assist with export advice and guidance across each border.
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Farm bill vet: 50/50 chance for measure to pass in this session
Unprecedented politics are creating an environment where Congress could break with tradition and in which a farm bill could again take longer than usual to finalize, according to Ferd Hoefner, senior strategic advisor at the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition.
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North Montgomery FFA event helps feed hungry

Approximately 21,600 meals were packed into more than 100 boxes in a little less than 90 minutes earlier this month at North Montgomery High School, in an annual event that benefits the Kids Against Hunger charity.
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Arm & Hammer parent company purchases Iowa food safety firm

In a concerted effort to enhance food safety with the latest technologies and services, Arm & Hammer Animal and Food Production’s parent, Church & Dwight Co., Inc., said it acquired Passport Food Safety Solutions, Inc. of West Des Moines, Iowa, which became effective March 8.
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