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North Montgomery FFA fills bags to combat world hunger

The North Montgomery FFA chapter worked hard to provide 12,096 meals last week in the local community as well as around the globe.
3/25/2015
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World Bank’s land policies not often an aid to poor, says critic

This week the World Bank is holding its annual conference on land and poverty.
3/25/2015
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Milk output rises 1.7 percent in February; livestock culling down

U.S. milk production topped that of a year ago for the 14th consecutive month, according to preliminary data in USDA’s February Milk Production report.
3/25/2015
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Hog price drops below cost of production in February

Iowa State University calculations estimate the average hog marketed in February sold for $3.12 per head less than the cost of production.
3/25/2015
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Hog price drops below cost of production in February

Iowa State University calculations estimate the average hog marketed in February sold for $3.12 per head less than the cost of production.
3/25/2015
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Market division on old and new crops more apparent

We are starting to see more of a division in the market between old- and new-crop contracts.
3/25/2015
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Contest seeks barns to salute bicentennial

Any Indiana barn built before 1950 is eligible to enter a contest endorsed by the Indiana Bicentennial Commission, in celebration of the state’s 200th anniversary in 2016.
3/25/2015
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Indiana strategizing more in-state dairy processing
 Indiana Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann unveiled a new strategic plan for the state’s dairy industry at an agricultural forum March 16 at the Indiana Convention Center.
3/26/2015
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Ohio firm breeding black flies as new livestock feed source
While most farmers in southwestern Ohio would love to rid their fields of any type of insect, there is a company in Yellow Springs that prospers from them.
3/26/2015
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