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Indiana to require permit to import 37 fish species

Fish owners must acquire a state-issued permit before importing fish species that are susceptible to viral hemorrhagic septicemia – in accord with new rules enacted by the Indiana State Board of Animal Health.
11/5/2014
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Plentiful sugar beets may force some acres to go unharvested

Michigan Sugar Co., a sugar beet cooperative located south of Michigan’s Thumb area, may ask its members not to harvest some of their sugar beets because of an unusually large crop.
11/5/2014
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Deal with Japan is crucial to new Pacific trade pact

The United States and Japan started talking trade in 1853, after Commodore Matthew Perry anchored four U.S. naval steamboats in Tokyo Bay, not budging until he got to talk trade with high-level Japanese officials.
11/12/2014
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Indiana’s AgriNovus plans to tout state’s farm assets

Indiana agricultural representatives are pulling together under the newly named AgriNovus brand to promote the state’s agricultural assets nationally and, they hope, around the world.
11/12/2014
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Rain allows Kentucky growers to enjoy a late cutting of hay

It is the time of year when corn and soybean harvests are finishing and tobacco is curing, but cutting hay is not a usual sight in November.
11/12/2014
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How Republicans’ congressional wins may impact U.S. ag policy

The shifting political landscape after last week’s Republican wins could impact farm policy, especially in the U.S. Senate, where Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts is expected to chair the agriculture committee.
11/12/2014
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EPA Star program will identify drift-reducing farm technology

A voluntary U.S. EPA program designed to reduce chemical drift will save farmers money and protect the environment, an agency official said.
11/12/2014
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Purdue economists: Study priorities for 2015 budgets

Farmers need to position themselves to better survive an economic downturn in the agriculture industry, according to a couple of professors in Purdue University’s College of Agriculture.
11/12/2014
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Hoosier harvest is slowed by wet weather and drying glut

Indiana farmers are scurrying to get all of their corn and soybeans out of the fields during what’s been one of the slowest harvest seasons in the past 25 years.
11/12/2014
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Co-ops are tried and true model of farm businesses

The Organic Valley brand has brought together farmers from 1,800 operations across 35 states and generated $970 million in sales last year, said spokesperson Jerry McGeorge.
11/12/2014
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