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Farmers lobbying for right-to-repair laws to do maintenance
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Growers in major wheat areas seeking more profitable crops
   
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Michigan freight plan projecting leaps in moving goods to 2040
State officials have released the Michigan Freight Plan (MFP), a document meant to provide ideas to help move the state’s freight transportation system forward.
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Study details results of seed 'relabling' costs to farmers
Representatives of California-based Farmers Business Network (FBN) traveled to Illinois to announce the results of a national study of seed relabeling practices during the opening day of the recent 64th Farm Progress Show.
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Food insecurity rate for senior citizens drops for 2015
 Good news on the hunger front: After a sustained period of years with steady increases, the rate of seniors who were food-insecure dropped slightly for the first time in a decade.
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Mixed result for Pundit to be confirmed USDA science chief
Nearly two dozen of the nation’s top farm groups have come out in support for the White House nomination of a non-scientist to the top science post at the USDA, while a coalition of 54 farming, food and consumer organizations are urging the Senate to oppose the appointment of Sam Clovis as the agency’s Undersecretary for Research, Education and Economics.
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Clemens begins processing at Coldwater pork plant
A long-awaited pork processing plant has opened in Coldwater. The plant, located about 125 miles southwest of Detroit, is owned by the Clemens Food Group and employs more than 800 people, according to a Sept. 1 report from Michigan Radio.
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Campus Chatter - September 22, 2017
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Tomatoes- delicious for agriculturists and cooks
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Ohio nut growers planning annual meeting, Sept. 30
Nut tree farmers are diligent when it comes to preserving and improving their craft. Some prefer to call the craft a hobby.
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