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Rural Development grants aid multiple Michigan food efforts
More than $1.5 million in projects were awarded Rural Development Fund Grants through the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD), to promote the sustainability of land-based industries and support infrastructure that benefits rural communities.
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Indiana Grown’s ‘Monumental Marketplace’ milestone event
On July 7, Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch read a proclamation issued by Gov. Eric Holcomb which named the date as Indiana Grown Day amidst a 100-vendor farmers market spread along monument circle.
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Fargo genotyping center boon to all ag producers
 Gene identification already has led to the potential of preventing certain cancers in mice. Some scientists believe that within five years, soon-to-be parents could have the capability of altering genes in their unborn child that would prevent the later development of certain diseases.
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How government, industry may help prevent suicides
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Ranking barnyard society from horses to the sheep
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Purdue’s producer opinion survey results are positive
n a June survey of 400 U.S. farmers conducted by Purdue University’s Center for Commercial Agriculture (CCA) and the CME Group, producers indicated the financial situation of their farm operations are stronger than a year ago.
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8-pound Asian carp is caught beyond Lake Michigan barrier
First, the bad news: A commercial fisherman boated a live, 8-pound Asian silver carp late last month just a few miles from Lake Michigan and well beyond electronic barriers intended to keep the invasive fish from entering the Great Lakes.
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Red-meat allergy-causing Lone Star tick migrating north
There is a new concern within the medical community, one which could give meat lovers a new reason to avoid ticks.
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