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Group’s goal is 2 million new trees in tri-state, in six years
The goal of the “Taking Root” campaign is to plant two million trees by the year 2020 in the eight-county Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana (OKI) region.
10/23/2014
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South Illinois Angus and egg farm shares bounty in breakfast baskets 

Just imagine a farmstand with delivery service. That’s “eggs-actly” what Alice Stearns is doing with her cottage business, Alto Pass Angus and Eggs.
With the ultimate goal to diversify sales markets for her family’s Angus farm, Stearns has created a new marketing recipe for their beef, eggs and hyperlocal produce in her Breakfast Baskets.
10/23/2014
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Invasive ash tree beetle bores into 14 more Illinois counties
An invasive beetle that has destroyed an estimated 250 million ash trees throughout the United States has been discovered in 14 additional Illinois counties in recent months, according to state agriculture officials.
10/23/2014
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From crops to consumer, OSU center keeps watch on food
 The relationship between diet and health is highly complex and most anyone may agree there is a link between the foods eaten and one’s health, including the risk of developing certain types of cancer.
10/23/2014
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Kalamazoo tests for carp DNA, but fish presence undetermined
 A water sample taken from the Kalamazoo River last summer has come out positive for environmental DNA (eDNA) for silver carp. The water samples take several months to evaluate, according to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR).
10/23/2014
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Kentucky counties sharing extractors with beekeepers
Prior to this summer, many small-scale and beginning beekeepers in Shelby County faced a challenge when it came to extracting the honey from their beehives.
10/23/2014
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Illinois Jersey takes home Supreme Champ win from World Dairy Expo
In front of visitors from all over the globe, the best of the best paraded through the ring for the Supreme Champion Selection at World Dairy Expo on Oct. 4, in Madison. And the winner was – the Jersey!
10/23/2014
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Panel says credit is plentiful for farmers

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Credit is plentiful for America’s farmers and ranchers, and it is being provided at rates near historically low levels.
7/2/2014
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States awaiting Vermont outcome on GMO lawsuit

MONTPELIER, Vt. — States across the country are waiting for a Vermont court verdict on  the first labeling law for GMO foods.
7/2/2014
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CBO says Renewable Fuel Standard no longer viable

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Complying with the Renewable Fuel Standard as it was originally written is not feasible, according to a CBO report.
7/2/2014
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