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Some farm data will go offline in new USDA rules

Views and opinions: Budget standoff and trade are among frozen policies
Views and opinions: Wheat acreage declines; net revenue remains negative
   
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Learn your rights as a Michigan landowner for solar lease deals
Since the beginning of the year, solar companies have been reaching out to Michigan farm owners in hopes of securing land for solar energy projects.
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New Michigan Sugar plant will provide livestock feed

 Last week officials symbolically broke ground on a new Michigan Sugar Co. facility to provide feed for area dairy and beef cattle farmers.
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Departments, House looking to make pesticide approval easier
Those in agriculture are praising a decision to streamline the process for regulating the use of pesticides, but environmentalists allege the move is for economic gain at the expensive of endangered species.
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Views and opinions: Keep a careful watch over personal thoughts, actions

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Views and opinions: Minneapolis-Moline was star of mid-January show
Wrenching Tales by Cindy Ladage
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Views and opinions: With solid education, how a duch can become a chicken
Poor Will's Almanac by Bill Felker
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Views and opinions: Riders and parents should take ORV safety seriously

Spaulding Outdoors by Jack Spaulding
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Views and opinions: Washington, Lincoln showed how to handle worst of times

Farm and Ranch Life by Dr. Rosmann
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Views and opinions: It's about time agriculture had some fun with fake news, too
It's the Pitts by Lee Pitts
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Views and opinions: Even work in agriculture offers personal moments
Truth in the Trenches by Melissa Hart
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