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Views and opinions: Iowa, other U.S. farmers rely on their North American trade
Guest Column by Scott Henry
4/18/2019
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Incentive to prevent farmland loss gutted out of Indiana bill
Giving farmers financial incentive not to sell their land has been stripped from legislation approved at the Indiana Statehouse.
4/17/2019
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Illinois NREC investing $20M in nutrient research projects
The Illinois Nutrient Research and Education Council (NREC), founded in 2012, rewards farmers and other users of fertilizer products for demonstrating best management practices defined by the Illinois Nutrient Loss Reduction Strategy (NLRS).
4/17/2019
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NREC concentrations for 2019
4/17/2019
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Indiana & American Farm Bureaus spending 2019 marking centennial
Indiana Farm Bureau (INFB) celebrated its 100-year anniversary with a cake and coffee reception at the Statehouse in honor of its March 25, 1919, establishment – which fell only about half a year before the centennial of American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF), on Nov. 12.
4/17/2019
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World Pork Expo canceled as precaution against ASF
As African swine fever (ASF) continues to spread in China and other parts of Asia, posing a possible risk to the U.S. herd, the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) announced last week its decision to cancel this year’s World Pork Expo.
4/17/2019
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Bill proposes raising Chapter 12 cap to help more farmers
A bill calling for an increase in the Chapter 12 operating debt cap to $10 million would allow more farmers to use the bankruptcy option, according to backers of the federal legislation.
4/17/2019
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Michigan farmers organizing supplies, relief for Plains ag
News accounts have been full of heavy losses handed to Nebraska and Iowa farmers during recent flooding, along with other states dealing with weather issues: whole herds of cattle and hogs lost in flash floods, grain bins collapsing, and machinery, buildings, and homes ruined by high water.
4/17/2019
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AgriNovus wants to start monthly meetings to foster entrepreneurs
Indiana has made strides in developing an entrepreneur-friendly business environment for agbioscience, but still lags in certain key areas, according to a study commissioned by AgriNovus Indiana.
4/17/2019
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Indiana feed mill under gun to fix noise and soot complaints
An Indiana soybean processor is under deadline to solve problems with emissions or risk losing its tax abatement.
4/17/2019
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