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Combat antiparasitic resistance with new labels
 A U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) public meeting in 2012 to discuss antiparasitic drugs and resistance issues in ruminant and equine populations has yielded new recommendations from the federal agency.
1/9/2019
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Farm bankruptcies stable, but credit condition worse
A recent report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis paints a concerning picture of increased farm bankruptcies in its Ninth District – Minnesota, Montana, North and South Dakota and Wisconsin.
1/9/2019
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80 Acres Farm developing indoor growing in Ohio
“Incredibly flavorful,” and “a fresh taste, that’s how Hamilton’s City Manager Joshua Smith and Mayor Pat Moeller, respectively, describe the greens from 80 Acres Farms, which is developing two facilities in their city.
1/9/2019
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Ohio captures one-third of 24 national Farm Bureau awards
There’s competition in just about everything these days, even among the 2,800 county Farm Bureaus across the nation. Ohio’s captured eight of the 24 County Activities of Excellence (CAE) awards presented in November by the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF).
1/9/2019
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Indiana Grown seeking food suppliers in guide to schools
An aggressive push is underway to increase the amount of locally grown and processed foods in schools throughout Indiana – the strategy involves making it much simpler for schools to find local suppliers of fresh produce, meat, milk and other foods, said Heather Tallman, program manager for Indiana Grown.
1/9/2019
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Indiana ag show marking 30th outing in Fort Wayne
The late founder of the Fort Wayne Farm Show wouldn’t be surprised to learn the show is still going strong after 30 years, an organizer said.
1/9/2019
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Fort Wayne talk will focus on multiple uses for ag drones
The educational sessions available during the 30th Fort Wayne Farm Show include daily market outlooks and presentations on drones, cover crops, pesticides and zoning. The show is Jan. 15-17 at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.
1/9/2019
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Tractor and combine sales up in 2018 despite worries
Sales of tractors and combines increased in 2018, according to statistics from the Assoc. of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM).
1/9/2019
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INFB monitoring legislature for talk of township consolidation
Indiana Farm Bureau (INFB) is keeping close tabs on any renewed effort to reduce the number of township governments in rural areas of the state, after a considerable effort last year failed.
1/9/2019
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Federal shutdown impacting tariff relief and ag statistics
 With the federal government shutdown entering its third week, farmers eager to apply for the Trump administration’s second round of Market Facilitation Program (MFP) payments, intended to aid farmers hit by the impact of retaliatory tariffs on agricultural products, will have to wait.
1/9/2019
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