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Turn on your TV, listen to the radio, open a social media app, or bring up politics and chances are you’ll hear about things happening — or not happening — in Washington. agrinews-pubs.com/opinion/column…
Caution: This is a chicken-and-egg story. Late this winter, as our COVID pandemic was waning, many bird species — and especially chickens — were suffering their own terrible pandemic, the spread of “highly pathogenic avian influenza,” noted, FERN. agrinews-pubs.com/opinion/column…
The countdown for the 55th World Dairy Expo is on as there are only four months left until the global dairy industry meets once again in Madison. agrinews-pubs.com/livestock/2022…
There are so many things worth celebrating in June, but all things dairy is my reason for the season during National Dairy Month! The best part about dairy is the endless variety of products. agrinews-pubs.com/opinion/column…
Corteva Agriscience has been named the exclusive distributor of a nitrogen-fixation product for both specialty growers and row crop farmers by biotechnological company Symborg, the companies announced. agrinews-pubs.com/news/science/2…
Indiana Pork Young Professionals Conference attendees donated 200 pounds of ground pork to Newton County Food Pantry. The donation will help provide 800 meals to the community amid increased food prices. agrinews-pubs.com/livestock/2022…
Indiana pork producer Heath Hill was elected to serve as president of the National Pork Board. Hill co-owns a 600-sow, farrow-to-finish operation with her husband and his parents. agrinews-pubs.com/livestock/2022…
NASCAR race cars have driven 20 million miles with Sunoco Green E15, a fuel blended with 15% ethanol. Growth Energy, a trade association representing U.S. bioethanol producers and supporters, has partnered with NASCAR since 2011. agrinews-pubs.com/news/farm-equi…
Hello from Graze-N-Grow. By the time you are reading this our pasture broilers will be in the freezer after our friend Tommy at Brummel Poultry Processing does the “dirty job.” I’ve helped there a couple times and it’s too much lifting for this old body. agrinews-pubs.com/livestock/2022…
Cover crops are not new to Reuschel Farms as the family first experimented with them in a no-till system in the 1970s and again in the early 1990s. agrinews-pubs.com/news/science/2…
One piece of legislation has had as profound an impact on America as thousands of other bills combined, yet very few people are familiar with it. agrinews-pubs.com/opinion/column…
Summer interns for Phibro Animal Health prepared for their summer work during an on-farm training day at the Mitchell dairy farm. The Phibro Animal Health interns traveled to northern Illinois from across the United States. agrinews-pubs.com/livestock/2022…
They’re getting better at what they do, more sophisticated and slick — scammers, that is. They’ve had lots of practice, and many are truly skilled, but what they all have in common is that they want your money and your information. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
May was Mental Health Awareness Month, a chance to remember to make mental health a priority. According to Mental Health America, identifying symptoms of poor mental health early is critically important for overall health. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
Factor V is a blood clotting factor made in the liver. A common mutation in the gene, called factor V Leiden, confers a small increased risk to developing blood clots. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
Canton china with its blue and white decoration has been a popular collectible for many years, but few can distinguish it from the other early or modern Chinese blue and white china. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
Father’s Day is Sunday, June 19. If you’re like most households, you’ll gather and share a meal in honor of dear old Dad. While it can be difficult to decide what gifts to get him, you can’t go wrong serving him barbecue. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
More than 750 Tesla owners have complained to U.S. safety regulators that cars operating on the automaker’s partially automated driving systems have suddenly stopped on roadways for no apparent reason. agrinews-pubs.com/news/farm-equi…
Calving has been progressing nicely with a few exceptions in the heifer pasture. Linda checks the heifers twice a day and calls for help if one is not progressing. It seems we have one “easy calver” that’s not so easy. agrinews-pubs.com/livestock/2022…
This June Dairy Month, Dairy Farmers of America is turning up the heat with a new ad campaign featuring the “DFA Nerd Herd” that will show milk doesn’t just cut the heat in spicy foods, but it also can help protect the environment. agrinews-pubs.com/livestock/2022…
Livestock producers are invited to learn about the latest fencing techniques at the Purdue Fencing School. agrinews-pubs.com/livestock/2022…
Nitrogen is often a balancing act between profitability and optimum productivity, and the possibility of N loss further complicates the issue. agrinews-pubs.com/news/science/2…
The new Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities program has sparked a large response, drawing more than 450 proposals seeking $3 billion to $4 billion in grants. agrinews-pubs.com/news/science/2…
There were 3.5 days suitable for fieldwork in Indiana during the week ending May 29, according to the USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service, Indiana Field Office. The average temperature for the week was 63 degrees. agrinews-pubs.com/news/science/2…
History, of the Boone County Fairgrounds and of rural America itself, will have a moment at the 2022 Boone County Fair — and the Boone County Fairs in the future. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
The Lake County Fair will be a fun-filled week for fairgoers Aug. 5-14. New this year, baby livestock will relax with their moms in the dairy barn — a great learning opportunity for little ones. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
The upcoming Kankakee County Fair is nearly as old as the county itself and that tradition continues this summer. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
Exhibitors will bring alpacas to show for the first time this year at the McHenry County Fair, Aug 2-7. Additional livestock shows during the 74-year tradition in northern Illinois will include beef, dairy, sheep, dairy goats, swine, poultry and rabbits. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
The Logan County Fair, July 31 to Aug. 7, will kick off with three days of harness racing. The racing competitions will include trotters and pacers. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
A country artist who has garnered 15 No. 1 singles, sold over 16 million albums and won multiple ACM, CMA and AMA awards will be headlining the Fairbury Fair in Livingston County. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
The Lee County 4-H Fair and Junior Show is doing something unexpected at this year’s event. “We want to create an experience that you are not going to get at other fairs,” said Katie Pratt, fair board secretary. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
All veterans enter the Stephenson County Fair for free on Tuesday, July 26. The fair, set for July 26-30, will also have a special admission of $2 per person on Thursday, July 28, for Youth and Family Day. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
The 98th annual Jasper County Fair will take place July 23-30. “New to the fair this year is the Show-Me Safari Petting Zoo and Show-Me Swine Racers,” said Gary Braasch, a fair spokesperson. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
By the time the 2022 Marshall-Putnam Fair rolls around, Fair Board President Robert Stadel is ready for it. And the moment the gates open to visitors is the most fun part of the fair for Stadel. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
Fill your summer with memories at the Champaign County Fair, one of the oldest fairs in the Prairie State. The Champaign Fair is 170 years old and is chock-full of entertainment, action and educational opportunities. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
Ryan Gibbs moved to no-till and cover crops five years ago and is now taking his goal of improving soil health to the next level by moving away from fungicides and insecticides. agrinews-pubs.com/news/science/2…
The 176th annual LaPorte County Fair will come to town July 9-16. New this year is the LaPorte County Fair Livestock Judging Contest, which will take place at 5 p.m. July 13 in the Show Arena. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
It is one of our favorite times of the year. June Dairy Month honors hardworking farmers who produce wholesome dairy foods. agrinews-pubs.com/community-cont…
Gerry Hall, president of the Lincoln Trail chapter of the American Truck Historical Society, can finally breathe a sigh of relief. agrinews-pubs.com/news/farm-equi…
A joint venture between Stellantis and Samsung plans to build an electric vehicle battery factory in Indiana that will employ up to 1,400 workers and become the company’s second such factory in North America. agrinews-pubs.com/news/farm-equi…
Ford Motor Company settled claims by 40 U.S. state attorneys general that the company made misleading claims about the fuel economy and payload capacity of some of its vehicles, violating state consumer protection laws. agrinews-pubs.com/news/farm-equi…
A jury in West Virginia has awarded $7 million in a product liability lawsuit against Ford Motor Co. to the family of a woman who died when her Mustang was involved in a fiery crash. agrinews-pubs.com/news/farm-equi…
Ford’s chief executive says he expects the cost of building electric vehicles to fall to the point that in coming years automakers will be battling each other for sales of EVs priced around $25,000. agrinews-pubs.com/news/farm-equi…
A truck driver from New York faces a drug-related charge after a six-vehicle crash on the Indiana Toll Road killed two people and injured five others, police said. agrinews-pubs.com/news/farm-equi…
This year’s signature milkshake at the Indiana State Fair is mint cookie flavored, featuring crumbles of Girl Scouts Thin Mint cookies. A portion of milkshake sales will benefit Girl Scouts of Indiana. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
Reducing heat stress for dairy cows will help to maintain dry matter intake and avoid the loss of milk production. agrinews-pubs.com/livestock/2022…
Is it a tussie mussie, a bouquetiere, a porte-bouquet, a nosegay or a posey holder? This funnel-shaped metal object was a fashionable accessory with an important purpose. agrinews-pubs.com/features/2022/…
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