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Women in Ag winners educate young and adult leaders

Awards given to Cornucopia Farm co-owner Linda Baird and AgrIInstitute Executive Director Beth Archer.
8/27/2015
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JBS and IFB leaders capture Indiana AgriVision honors

Awards given to Dr. Donald Orr Jr., president emeritus of JBS United, and Don Villwock, president of the Indiana Farm Bureau (IFB).
8/27/2015
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Kentucky deputy ag chief will head up fair board expositions

In addition to the fair, he will be in charge of the National Farm Machinery Show and responsible for operations of the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE).
8/27/2015
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Ohio crop progress report

... a week of drier conditions and temperatures slightly giving them six days to get caught up on making hay, spraying, applying fertilizer and hauling manure ...
8/27/2015
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Indiana crop progress report

The Aug. 12 crop report estimated Indiana corn would average 158 bushels per acre compared to 2014’s yield of 188. Soybean yields were also projected to decrease from 56 bushels in 2014 to 49 this year.

8/27/2015
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Illinois crop progress report


“The kernel fill is not there. They’re not real deep and they have tipback quite a bit,” said farmer Stu Durst of Lacon.
8/27/2015
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Michigan crop progress report

Much needed rain fell over parts of Michigan, although parts of western Michigan received a half-inch and even less in some areas. Much of the Upper Peninsula and northern Lower Michigan remain dry and in need of significant rainfall.

8/27/2015
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Tennessee crop progress report

Topsoil moisture in the state was 3 percent very short, 25 percent short, 66 percent adequate and 6 percent surplus. Subsoil moisture levels were 3 percent very short, 24 percent short, 66 percent adequate and 7 percent surplus.

8/27/2015
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Kentucky crop progress report

Tobacco continues to decline, although the recent dry spell has helped. Crop conditions were reported to be 8 percent very poor, 16 percent poor, 27 percent fair, 49 percent good and 7 percent excellent.  Last year at this time, tobacco was rated as 69 percent good to excellent.

8/27/2015
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Iowa crop progress report

“Generally, things look pretty good across the state, with 82 percent of corn and 77 percent of soybeans rated as good to excellent condition.”
The report, however, stated some farmers reported crops showing stress due to the dry weather, as well as signs of sudden death syndrome (SDS) in soybean fields.

8/27/2015
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