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EPA withdraws proposed rule to garnish non-federal wages

The U.S. EPA last week withdrew a wage garnishment rule, proposed on July 2, after the proposal received adverse comments.

7/23/2014
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California’s drought means better prices for Michigan

With the Golden State now into its second year of drought, it’s a fact that some other places will benefit.
7/23/2014
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Rootworm, Palmer amaranth discussed at U of I field day

Even though corn rootworm has not been a big issue this year, the ongoing concern is resistance to Bt corn.
7/23/2014
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Financial liabilities may outweigh pluses of buying gas or oil well

If you have a gas or oil well on your property, you could buy it and have free gas forever.
7/23/2014
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Valent BioSciences opens world’s largest biorational plant in Iowa

Valent BioSciences Corp. of Libertyville, Ill. recently opened its $146 million state-of-the-art biorational manufacturing facility in Osage, Iowa.
7/23/2014
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Experts not alarmed by drop in Kentucky farms, acreage

The 2012 USDA Census of Agriculture showed that the number of Kentucky farms shrank from 85,260 in 2007, when the last census was taken, to 77,064 in 2012.
7/23/2014
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Sachem Award recipient MacAllister still at work

P.E. MacAllister took over his father’s Caterpillar Tractor Co. dealership in 1951. At that time, he said men were still doing business with a handshake.
7/23/2014
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Illinois crop progress
Throughout much of Illinois and most of the Corn Belt, conditions continue to produce what growers say is one of the best crop seasons to date.
7/23/2014
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Indiana crop progress
Last week’s minimal precipitation and cool, clear weather kept farmers busy with fieldwork and 4-H fairs.
7/23/2014
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Ohio crop progress
During the week ending July 13, there were that many dry days suitable for fieldwork such as baling hay and harvesting wheat.
7/23/2014
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