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Growing barley and hops for Ohio’s beer breweries
Statewide interest purchasing local malting barley and hops by Ohio brewers has Ohio State University (OSU) moving ahead with research on these crops.
6/25/2015
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Taking care of behavioral health is good business for farmers

Agriculture is essential to the survival of the world’s burgeoning population.

While about half the populations of underdeveloped nations are farmers, fewer than 2 percent of the U.S. population and other highly developed nations are farmers.

6/25/2015
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10 years ago: Indiana’s state vet hires ID program director

1965: 50 years ago

 

John Nigh, a Hancock County farm youth and 1965 Hancock Central High School graduate, has been named 1965 Indiana Star Farmer at the Indiana State FFA Convention at Purdue University.

 

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Montgomery Gentry has hometown feel to music
BITTER SWEET, Ky. — We should all be proud of where we came from even if we don’t live there anymore. There is a sense of pride to be felt about one’s hometown, and I hope you feel that pride as I do when I speak of my home in Kentucky.
6/25/2015
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History also adventure for old-time pirate enthusiasts
The hole you dug as a kid would never reach China. That didn’t matter to you, though; China wasn’t your goal – treasure was.
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Making delicious summer memories for less money
Warmer weather, longer days and smells of sizzling meat on the grill can only mean one thing – summer has officially arrived. As you gear up for the season of backyard barbeques and spontaneous weekend getaways, don’t let the cost of summer entertaining take a toll on your wallet.
6/25/2015
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Celebrate Dairy Month at home with tasty sandwich
Running a dairy farming operation is an important decision for any family. It requires a large financial obligation and definitely requires a demanding time obligation. Dairy operators must milk their four-legged girls at least two times a day – and many are now doing three daily milkings.
6/25/2015
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Corydon farmers’ market grant will give new life to old building
The southern Indiana community of Corydon was one of 11 grant recipients from the Place Based Investment Fund (PBIF) through the Indiana Office of Tourism Development and Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs.
6/25/2015
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Korean soybean traders visit central Indiana farm
Two teams of Korean soybean traders visited Meadowlane Farms in Frankfort on June 15 to learn about soybean production in Indiana and put faces to the names of farmers who produce the soybeans imported to Korea.
6/25/2015
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German traveler working across America to learn more about ag

For his former job with Krone, Alex Conrad visited the United States a few times, mainly in the western part of the country. The nature of the work usually meant going back and forth from the company to a hotel, with little opportunity to explore the surrounding area.
6/25/2015
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