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Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago: Midwest farmland values surge 18 percent
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Record demand for corn, beans and wheat continues around the globe
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Hoosier Ag Today announces management changes
ZIONSVILLE, Ind. – Hoosier Ag Today (HAT) LLC has announced the appointment of Andrew Eubank as president. Gary Truitt, current president and founder, will assume the newly created position of chairman. Eubank will assume management responsibilities for all network day-to-day operations as well as those for Michigan Ag Today. Truitt will reduce his on-air presence and will focus on financial management and on overall company direction and farm show planning.
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USDA releases plan to deal with potato pest in Idaho

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NASS reports record yields, increases in corn, bean crops 

Kentucky farmers saw record high average yields for corn and soybeans in 2020, according to numbers released Jan. 12 by the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS).
The state also set a record high for corn production at 254 million bushels, which broke the record set last year, said David Knopf, director of the NASS Kentucky field office. The 2020 crop, up 4 percent from 2019, marked the first time production has exceeded 250 million bushels.
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Corn producers could be spending $500 million on soil deterioration
Corn farmers are paying a half billion dollars each year to keep up with soil deterioration. A new study out of the University of Colorado (CU) says that nationwide, producers are having to use a third of their fertilizer costs just to keep up with the problem.
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Falling in love is the easy part; God talks about staying in love
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Courageous border collie wins Midwest Farm Dog of the Year from AFBF
BELVIDERE, Ill. — Rayne, a six-year-old border collie who helps keep a small herd of Belted Galloway cows in line on her owner’s Belvidere farm has been recognized as one of the country’s top farm dogs. Owned by Juile and Terry Willis of Sunnybrook Farms, the dog was the Midwest Region winner of Nestle-Purina’s “Farm Dog of the Year” competition during the American Farm Bureau Federation’s virtual annual convention, held in January.
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2021 harvest season starting to wrap up across Midwest, Appalachians
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Record sale price for Indiana farm
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