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County fair livestock show is great proving ground for kids

Views and opinions: Dairy has a long history in culture as well as farming

   
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Views and opinions: Festival and tractor show entertain this Illinois town
Wrenching Tales by Cindy Ladage
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Wendy’s implements innovative tomato supply via greenhouses
Quick-service restaurant giant Wendy’s takes pride in its hamburgers. Now, the company is on another mission – obtaining a better, more reliable tomato crop.
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Migrant workers settle with blueberry farmer

A group of migrant farm workers has settled with a blueberry farmer on Michigan’s west side in a dispute over pay, despite the fact that the larger group of workers was denied class action status.
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Alpacas allow for farming on a small scale

For people interested in farming without a lot of acreage, raising alpacas for their fiber might be the answer. At least it has been for Denise and Rusty Coonley.
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Broadband access is still a pipe dream to many rural Americans
Julie Shields lives a short distance from access to high-speed internet, but with providers reluctant to extend service, the Indiana resident has no other choice but to press on with her slow dial-up connection.
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Porter Road takes local butcher shop online
There’s a new level of optimism on Kentucky’s Rittenberry Farms, according to producer Joey Rittenberry.
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Iowa dairy ‘poised for continual growth’ across state & Midwest
A 2012 report by Iowa State University showed the state’s dairy industry had already been a strong economic driver in Iowa and the Midwest – and is poised for continual growth, according to the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship (IDALS).
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Farmers concerned about plans for large Indiana industrial park
 Ken Sebasty Sr. has plenty of other acres to farm, but the land he cherishes most is within the footprint of a huge industrial park on the drawing board outside New Carlisle.
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