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Kentucky FFA awarding $60K in grants to schools’ ag efforts
The Kentucky FFA will award more than $60,000 in grant money to schools across the Bluegrass State for agricultural education programs.
5/9/2019
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U of I & OSU: Hundreds of ag goods now targeted by tariffs
More than 800 U.S. food and agricultural products have been targeted with retaliatory tariffs from China, Canada, Mexico, the European Union (EU), and Turkey – several of the United States’ major export markets.
5/9/2019
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Book reviewer finds time for penning a tome of her own
Terri Schlichenmeyer is a prolific writer whose “The Bookworm Sez” book reviews run regularly in Farm World, as well as other newspapers. She usually is commenting on others’ works – but as of this month, she’s an author herself.
5/9/2019
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Indiana Assembly OKs bill to let river areas impose assessment
Some northern Indiana farmers could pay higher property taxes to better control flooding along the Kankakee and Yellow rivers under a measure before Gov. Eric Holcomb for his signature.
5/9/2019
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Beck’s investing $62M to double its processing
Beck’s Hybrids plans to double its processing capacity of corn and soybeans as part of a $62 million investment at its Atlanta headquarters, the company announced last Thursday.
5/9/2019
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Hemp proponents: Indiana bill will help farmers pursue crop
Marty Mahan has a four-letter word that could help save distressed family farms: HEMP.
5/9/2019
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Second fire on Ohio farm in less than a year kills 180 more hogs
For the second time in less than a year, a fire has destroyed a hog barn at the Straathof Swine Farm in Fayette County.
5/9/2019
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BASF partnering with ISU’s Soybean Research Center
BASF Corp. has announced plans to join Iowa State University’s Iowa Soybean Research Center as an industry partner, to support emerging technology and innovations to help soybean growers produce high-yielding, high-quality soybeans.
5/9/2019
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USDA report sees $47B benefits from rural broadband build-out
A new report from USDA reveals that a number of farms equipped with both sufficient broadband and precision agriculture technology could be like rocket fuel for the nationís economy.
5/9/2019
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Trump tweet threatens to raise China tariffs Friday
ariffs on Chinese goods are expected to increase this Friday after President Donald Trumpís weekend tweeting.
5/9/2019
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