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STAR program is proving its worth to Illinois farmers 

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STAR program is proving its worth to Illinois farmers 

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STAR program is proving its worth to Illinois farmers 

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Livestock, poultry sectors brace for high feed costs
PEORIA, Ill. — Beef and dairy cattle producers, along with pork and poultry farmers, are bracing for higher feed costs this year. It’s a predictable economic consequence of the high futures prices currently enjoyed by growers of soybeans and corn. 
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Meat sales last year up nearly 20 percent
SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Overall meat dollar sales in 2020 during the pandemic increased 18.4 percent, and volume sales grew 10.3 percent, which is 20 percent above 2019 levels, according to data compiled by IRI, and reported by Anne-Marie Roerink, president of 210 Analytics, LLC.
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Michigan Corn Growers Association elects new officers
LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan Corn Growers Association (MCGA) has elected a new slate of officers to lead the organization. The following board members were elected to serve two-year terms as officers:
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Nolan Sampson new Halderman business
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Halderman Real Estate and Farm Management welcomes Nolan Sampson as director of business development.
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Native plant movement is growing; helping local wildlife
LONDON, Ohio – If you want to attract birds, butterflies and pollinators to your farmyard – plant native. That’s what experts from Ohio, Indiana and Tennessee advise.
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First U.S. Asian giant 
hornet nest destroyed
BLAINE, Wash. (AP) — Heavily protected crews in Washington state worked recently to destroy the first nest of so-called murder hornets discovered in the United States.
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James Dean’s farm history remembered
FAIRMOUNT, Ind. – Marcus Winslow lives on the Winslow family farm where his cousin James Dean came to live after his mother died. On this farm, Dean was photographed with a 1954 Minneapolis Moline UB tractor that was purchased at the Union Implement Co. in Jonesboro, Ind., Marcus said. The photos were taken by photographer Dennis Stock. He took several pictures of Dean in Fairmount on a visit back home on the farm and around town for a photo shoot in Life Magazine.
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