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Business Briefs - July 17, 2019
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Nutrient education and advice dispensed at Manure Review
When manure happens, it can be a valuable resource – or you can be up the creek without a paddle. The key to successfully using livestock manure on your operation is managing how and when it is applied to the fields.
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‘Rebuild Illinois’ capital plan riding on gasoline tax boost
The $45 billion “Rebuild Illinois” Capital Plan contains planned upgrades to infrastructure and education that are of interest to farmers, including upgrades to roads, bridges, ports, locks and dams, rural broadband availability, and early-childhood learning.
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June’s USDA hog inventory at highest since estimates began
June’s hog numbers were the highest June 1 inventory since estimates began in 1964, at 75.5 million head, up 4 percent from June 2018 and 1 percent from March 1 this year, according to the June 1 USDA quarterly Hogs & Pigs report.
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Dairy groups question results of study on milk contaminants
An Emory University study that found current-use pesticides and antibiotics in samples of conventional milk – while finding none in organic milk – is “highly questionable,” say several dairy-related organizations.
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