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Ohio boasts six proficiency winners at 92nd FFA National event


INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — In addition to crowning the National FFA presidency with one of its own, Ohio flourished at this year’s FFA National Convention held in Indianapolis last month. The Buckeye State produced six national proficiency winners.
11/19/2019
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Ohioan Kolesen McCoy elected National FFA president


SPRINGFIELD, Ohio — Kolesen McCoy did not grow up on a farm, but has grown to love agriculture through his involvement in FFA locally, then as the Ohio FFA president, and now as at the national level.
11/19/2019
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Greenleaf parent company going carbon neutral


SHELBYVILLE, Ind. — The Greenleaf plant currently under construction in Shelbyville is going to be green in more than name only. Its parent company, Maple Leaf Foods Inc., announced last week it is the first major food company in the world to become carbon neutral.
11/19/2019
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Larger than life bull gets new home at Boot City


TERRE HAUTE, Ind. — A long-time Indiana boot business is now the home to a larger-than-life bull.
11/19/2019
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Chicago entrepreneur finds trade mission to Mexico beneficial

 

CHICAGO — A Chicago entrepreneur and process technology expert said a recent trade mission to Mexico hosted by U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue and a group of state agriculture department directors would likely pay benefits to his start-up company for years to come.
11/19/2019
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2018 ARC, PLC payments issued; crop insurance changes coming?

 

PEORIA, Ill. — A United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) news release dated Oct. 15 announced enrollment had opened to producers for Agricultural Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC) safety net programs for the 2020 crop year. Perhaps more exciting, however, was news within the release that producers who enrolled farms for the 2018 crop year have started receiving more than $1.5 billion in payments from the USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA).
11/7/2019
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AgriStats asks judge to dismiss federal lawsuit over chicken prices
CHICAGO — Agri Stats, Inc., a Fort Wayne-based company, has asked a judge to dismiss a federal lawsuit filed against it as a part of class-action litigation alleging a conspiracy to fix the price of chicken.
11/7/2019
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Scholarships available for Indiana Ag Leadership Program

Danville, Ind. — The Indiana Soybean Alliance and Indiana Corn Marketing Council will offer partial tuition scholarships for full time Indiana soybean and corn producers who are accepted to participate in the Indiana Agricultural Leadership Program (ALP).
11/7/2019
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 Maybe it’s time for fake CEOs of meat companies


It seems like everything is fake these days: fake news, fake ice cream, fake money, fake teeth, fake knees, fake hips and fake identities. Bald guys are wearing toupees, women are getting fake boobs and fake people pester me on the phone with robo calls from fraudulent folks. Fake "reality" TV show stars in Hollywood are even creating fake grades and fake SAT test scores so their kids can get into Harvard and Yale. I suppose their diplomas will be made with fake sheepskin.
11/7/2019
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 Sleeping Frog Moon favors fishermen this time of year

There is a seasonal exhaustion in the air. The ground is cool and subdued as the hills turn dusky and purple by late afternoon. I pass cleared fields full of stubble, the lank, dark stalks of corn. Milkweeds, where monarchs deposited their eggs, have opened their pods, and the white silk lies over browning grass like wisps of cotton, or is concentrated in spots like the downy feathers of a chicken caught by a fox. -- John Hay
11/7/2019
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