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Tips for preventing onset or spread of livestock ills
In his role as a field veterinarian for the Indiana State Board of Animal Health (BOAH), Dr. Bruce Lamb is tasked with visiting farms where a potentially serious animal disease may have been found.
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Anatomy of a CAFO: New guide from Illinois Ag Coalition groups
Many smaller-scale livestock producers have heard the term CAFO, an acronym for confined animal feeding operation, used in negative connotation by environmental and animal activists, and wondered whether their farm might be considered one.
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News from around the Farm World - May 24, 2017
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Coming Events - May 24, 2017
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Business Briefs - May 24, 2017
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UT studies relationship of grasslands and soil biodiversity
Can native grasslands enhance soil biodiversity and contribute to producer profitability?

That’s what researchers are hoping to learn in a new study at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture.
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Appeals court decides fate of Keepseagle unclaimed funds
An 18-year battle that has been taking place in North Dakota has finally come to an end. A decision by a Washington, D.C., court of appeals concluded an ongoing lawsuit against the USDA for discrimination against Native American farmers and ranchers.
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Proposed FDA rule worries Kentucky tobacco growers
The attempts of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to limit N-nitrosonornicotine (NNN) in smokeless tobacco products is causing concern to the tobacco industry.
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Experts at Iowa meeting mull how best to beat Palmer, weeds
The American Seed Trade Assoc. (ASTA) hosted a meeting of grower groups, seed companies and state government officials to discuss a collaborative approach to addressing Palmer amaranth and other weed seed issues.
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Michigan bill is aiming to strengthen land rights
Several agriculture-related pieces of legislation have been introduced in the Michigan legislature so far this session.
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