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Soil Sampling Can Help with 2015 Yields

Achieving higher yields on a 2015 crop can be done through simple soil testing. Right now is a great time to get in the fields, collect soil samples and find out what types of nutrients your field is lacking. Stine Seed

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USDA Food Safety Tips for Cooking Thanksgiving Turkeys

Thanksgiving is the largest meal many cooks prepare each year. Getting it just right, especially the turkey, brings a fair amount of pressure whether or not a host is experienced with roasting one. The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA)

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Deadline Nearing to Renegotiate Farmland Leases

Tenant farmers who want to renegotiate a farmland lease for 2015 may need to deliver written notification to their landlord before Dec. 1, a Purdue University agricultural law professor advises. The Indiana notification deadline is three months before the end

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Governor Pence Accepts Indiana Poultry Donation for Food Pantries

Governor Mike Pence Monday accepted a donation from representatives of the Indiana State Poultry Association of 130,000 pounds, or 65 tons, of Indiana poultry products for Hoosier food pantries. The donation took place during a ceremony at the Indiana Statehouse. Poultry

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When 3 is Better Than 2 For Control of Weed Resistance

  For 2015, Indiana soybean growers will have a way to mix three modes of action with one product, Trivence™  Herbicide from DuPont. Ginny Goodman, product marketing manager with DuPont, told HAT mixing modes of action is the key to

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Bi-State Crop Management Conference set for Covington

Agricultural educators and agribusiness professionals from Indiana and Illinois on Dec. 9 will share information and advice on critical crop-management issues during the annual Bi-State Crop Management Conference. The conference will take place at the Beef House restaurant, 16501 state

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  Closing Comments Corn Corn traded seven cents higher led by strength in soybeans today as we continue our back and forth trade this week.  Overall, light news in the corn market.  The trade continues to square up positions into

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Jim Riley Market Review for 11/25/2014

Agriculture today is not what it was a decade ago and the futures market that is at the heart of the world farm economy has changed dramatically in just the past few years. Electronic trading and speculative funds have rendered

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