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American farms produce record soybeans in 2015

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Economist: Land market broken; patience advised

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Quarter-million Indiana turkeys killed to cease avian influenza spread

Thursday’s detection of a strain of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) virus on a Dubois County farm in southwestern Indiana comes almost seven months to the day after the last reported U.S. case of bird flu in farm poultry, in Iowa.
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Monsanto to slash 1,000 jobs on top of October’s cuts

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States, Ontario hope to cut phosphorous by nearly half

 To improve Lake Erie water quality and reduce public health risks, the United States and Canada have announced phosphorous reduction targets of 40 percent.
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Dicamba-resistant soybeans awaiting consent from EPA


Herbicide manufacturers are lining up waiting to introduce their versions of dicamba- and glyphosate-resistant soybean varieties, while farmers continue to wait to buy them.
It now appears they will have to wait at least one more growing season to purchase them.
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Maple producers: Stop riding coattails of syrup’s popularity

In a petition letter dated Feb. 15, maple producer groups asked the FDA to take action against food companies using the word "maple" on their food labels to describe foods that have little or no maple syrup.
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Midwest watersheds farmers are warming to conservation

Nearly $145,000 in cost-share funds were spent on conservation projects in portions of the St. Joseph River and Maumee River watersheds in 2015.
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USDA: Number of farms drops nationally in 2015

Total down 18,000 nationally from 2014, with Illinois losing 900 farms and Iowa, 500.
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Hoosier cattle farmer pens novel about show industry

MONROVIA, Ind. — Just as she has invented a unique career for herself, agribusiness consultant and coach Sarah Beth Aubrey may have invented a new genre in fiction with her latest book, the novel Championship Drive.
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