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New law to enhance Iowa’s beginning farmer tax credit
Check forage for damaged stands, especially in alfalfa
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New officers assume seats at Indiana state FFA convention
   
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Views and opinions: Feeding nation’s vulnerable youth is not politics
Bridging the Gap by Amanda Radke
6/20/2019
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Views and opinions: June’s WASDE report is surprising bull on grains
Market Analysis by Karl Setzer
6/20/2019
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Sale Calenday - June 19, 2019
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Names in the News - June 19, 2019
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Spotlight On Youth - June 19, 2019
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Views and opinions: Looking for upbeat ideas to distract from weather woes
Editor's Notes by Connie Swaim
6/19/2019
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Indiana soy processor still working to finish upgrades
An Indiana soybean processor isn’t quite finished addressing complaints from neighbors about noise, odor, and dust, even after meeting a government-imposed deadline to do most of that.
6/19/2019
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OSU economist: Job growth has been strong in rural Ohio
Just as urban sprawl creeps into rural regions, the job growth in some of Ohio’s rural areas are steadily increasing as well.
6/19/2019
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Ohio Rep: House energy bill short on renewables efforts
House Bill 6, the Ohio Clean Air Program (OCAP) recently passed by the state’s House of Representatives by a vote of 53-43, is designed to provide incentives to build and maintain clean energy resources in the state while reducing customers’ electric bills.
6/19/2019
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Poor pollination responsible for a drop in Michigan tart cherries
An extremely wet spring that caused major delays in planting is having a negative impact on this year’s crop of tart cherries in Michigan.
6/19/2019
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