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Views and opinions: October auction marked a special spot for collectors
Wrenching Tales by Cindy Ladage
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Views and opinions: How to live for a long time and not have much regret
It's the Pitts by Lee Pitts
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Views and opinions: Learning about the cost – and savings – of cover crops
Editor's Notes by Connie Swaim
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Indiana FB advocating for many issues in legislature

Indiana Farm Bureau (INFB) leaders aren’t letting any grass grow under their feet – or snow accumulate on their boots – in preparing their membership for the new annual state legislative session.
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Views and opinions: Survey: Consumers want the word “milk” to mean it’s from an animal
Mielke Market Weekly by Lee Mielke
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U of I economists weighing long-term farmland values
The headwinds, tailwinds and long-term prospects for farmland markets were the topics of University of Illinois assistant professor Todd Kuethe’s presentation during the 2018 Illinois Farm Economics Summit on Dec. 19.
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FDA cautions vets to be aware of risks in using, stocking opioids

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the national opioid crisis, which affects health care professionals and pharmacists across the country, can also extend to veterinarians and their practices.
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‘Trashy’ no dirty word in energy production
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Multi-state research seeks to increase survivability for pigs
Iowa State University’s Iowa Pork Industry Center is slated to lead a multi-state research project in a concerted effort to increase the survivability rates within the U.S. pork industry.
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Farm bill re-ups funding for REAP energy efforts
The 2018 farm bill Congress passed in late December fully funds the Rural Energy for America Program (REAP), providing mandatory financing for the effort established in 2002. REAP is designed to promote “energy efficiency and renewable energy for agricultural producers and rural small businesses,” according to the U.S. Department of Energy.
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