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Jury awards farm owner in Indiana eminent domain case
The state of Indiana has been ordered to pay a woman more than four times the amount originally paid for some of her farmland used to widen a stretch of U.S. Highway 421.
7/14/2017
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Dicamba drift damage complaints lodged by farmers in many states
Citing more than 550 complaints of crop-damaging dicamba drift this year alone, the Arkansas Legislative Council upheld the state legislature’s earlier emergency ban of dicamba-based weed control products on July 7.
7/14/2017
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Michigan exporters sought for fall China, S. Korea trade trip
Michigan’s Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) has announced another trade mission to China.
7/14/2017
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Grimes’ Taiwan trip strengthens fiscal relationship with Kentucky
Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes has returned from an international trade mission in which she and a delegation of three other secretaries of state visited Taiwan, officially known as the Republic of China.
7/14/2017
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Ohio State dairy students travel to European dairies
In Europe, and especially the Netherlands, dairy is part of the culture and fabric of the region; consumers want to see cattle grazing in the fields.
 
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Illinois FFA prez hopes to attract non-ag students
The Illinois Assoc. FFA elected a new team of officers last month at the wrap of its 81st state convention in Springfield. With 17,105 members and 298 chapters across the state, new leaders will be heading up a big group.
7/14/2017
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Indiana farmer helps agBOT Challenge reward innovation
History met the future when Hoosier homestead Gerrish Farms welcomed competitors, sponsors and attendees to the second annual ag-BOT NextGen Expo, a robotic machine field competition.
7/14/2017
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June pig numbers highest since 1964 – and steadily increasing
Last month’s record hog numbers were the highest inventory since 1964, higher than pre-report estimates – and steadily increasing, according to the June 1 USDA Quarterly Hogs & Pigs report.
7/13/2017
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News from around the Farm World - July 12, 2017
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Coming Events - July 13, 2017
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