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Bill provides funding to respond to bird flu
As many of you know, Minnesota is the nation’s largest turkey producer, and 26 of the state’s turkey farms have been devastated by H5N2, the avian influenza virus.
Tuesday, April, 28, 2015 - - Opinion

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New bird flu cases probable in Iowa, millions of birds affected
CHICAGO - Initial tests have found probable avian influenza outbreaks at five new commercial poultry sites in Iowa, affecting more than 6 million birds, the state's agriculture department and the U.S. Department of Agriculture said on Monday.
Tuesday, April, 28, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Improving weather dampens market
Wheat traded with gains last week, as technical buying stepped in to help push wheat off its lows. The corn market lost ground, with expectations that planting picked up with an open week of weather in the Midwest, and the funds continue to hold a large short position. Soybeans traded higher to start the week, as demand continues to support the market despite the ongoing South American harvest.
Monday, April, 27, 2015 - - News

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Flash crash trader's CME seat: bought for $435,000, now worth just $69,500
SAN FRANCISCO/CHICAGO - The UK-based trader accused by U.S. authorities of making more than $40 million manipulating markets and contributing to the 2010 Wall Street flash crash was on the losing end of at least one trade: his purchase of the CME Group seat that helped to make the alleged scheme possible.
Monday, April, 27, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Jessie Veeder: Getting lost in my quickly changing hometown
Have you ever been lost in your hometown? If the town you grew up in was like mine, one Main Street drag, no stoplights within 50 miles, three bars all in a row between a car dealership on one end and a café on the other, I'm sure you were able to keep pretty good tabs on the place.
Sunday, April, 26, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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Nevada's Lake Mead on track to reach record low water level amid drought
Nevada's Lake Mead, the largest capacity reservoir in the United States, is on track to drop to its lowest water level in recorded history on Sunday as its source, the Colorado River, suffers from 14 years of severe drought, experts said on Friday.
Friday, April, 24, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Spring is a busy time for sheep-farming family
Jake Cuperus always knew he wanted to be a farmer. Jill always hoped she would marry a farmer. Luckily, life brought them together. “Our moms were good friends. I’m a year older than him so I’ve actually known him his entire life.” Jill says. “I went to college at Winona State, and one summer I came back and we worked at a barn together milking cows. The rest is history.”
Friday, April, 24, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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Ohio-based ice cream maker issues recall over Listeria
Ohio-based Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams on Thursday ceased sales and voluntarily recalled all of its products bearing the Jeni's brand name after a random test came back positive for Listeria.
Friday, April, 24, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Posh Beverly Hills considers empty pools, $1,000 fines amid drought
LOS ANGELES - Beverly Hills, the southern California city whose name evokes Hollywood-tinged glamour and luxury, is considering banning the refilling of swimming pools and fining residents $1,000 for water violations.
Tuesday, April, 21, 2015 - Reuters - News

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California court rejects city's tiered water rates
A state appeals court ruled on Monday that a southern California city's tiered water rates, developed in an effort to combat overuse during the state's ongoing drought, violated the state's Constitution.
Tuesday, April, 21, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Jessie Veeder: Giving the farm the Martha Stewart treatment
WATFORD CITY, N.D. -- In a little over two months, my little sister will be getting married. In a little over two months, we'll be celebrating in front of the old red barn with the rock foundation at the homestead place where my grandpa grew up and my dad was raised and all of the cousins, friends and family in between fell in love with this place over work or noodle salad or coffee on Sunday afternoons.
Monday, April, 20, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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Minnesota distiller is back on the family farm
HALLOCK, Minn. — There are barrels and bottles, tubes and pipes, gauges, dials and labels. There are smells — some sharp, some subtle, many mingled and mysterious — of grain, of alcohol, of juniper and other additives. There’s the gurgle and burble of liquids.
Monday, April, 20, 2015 - Agweek - News

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In drought-stricken California, cities push back against steep water cuts
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Cities set to feel the brunt of California's mandated cutbacks in water use pushed back on Wednesday, calling a plan by regulators to demand reductions of as much as 35 percent in some communities unfair.
Thursday, April, 16, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Precondition for prime livestock
It’s been talked about for 60 years. It’s better for animals, preferred by most cattle feeders, and could provide a 169 percent return on investment.
Thursday, April, 16, 2015 - - News

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Omdahl: Volatility of oil, ag tests biennial system
Policymaking in Bismarck just became more “iffy” with news that the country is producing and importing 1 million more barrels of oil daily than it is consuming. Available storage is rapidly disappearing.
Thursday, April, 09, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Omdahl: Volatility of oil, ag tests biennial system
Policymaking in Bismarck just became more “iffy” with news that the country is producing and importing 1 million more barrels of oil daily than it is consuming. Available storage is rapidly disappearing.
Tuesday, April, 07, 2015 - Agweek - News

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New ND hemp law pleases supporters
Wayne Hauge says he’s “mostly your typical northwest North Dakota farmer.” But the Ray producer also is a staunch supporter of industrial hemp, and a new state law is expected to help him and other North Dakota farmers start growing the crop, perhaps as soon as 2016.
Thursday, April, 02, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Weather stations help producers with management, production information
PHILIP, S.D. — David Gay, superintendant of the South Dakota State University Cottonwood Range and Livestock Field Station in Philip, says it’s been a dry winter, and he should know. He leads one of the 100 or so official Cooperative Observer Stations in the state for the National Weather Service.
Monday, March, 30, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Grandin: Animals should be bred for disease resistance
WICHITA, Kan. — Reacting to the scandal surrounding the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center in Nebraska, meat industry consultant Temple Grandin on March 16 at the National Farmers Union convention said meat animals should be bred for “optimal rather than maximum” production.
Friday, March, 27, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Assess disease risk before planting soybean on soybean
BROOKINGS, S.D. — With corn grain prices down, some producers might be considering planting soybeans on soybeans because of economic reasons. “Soybean does not require heavy inputs such as fertilizer, and soybean grain prices have not taken such a big hit as corn,” says Emmanuel Byamukama, South Dakota State University Extension plant pathologist.
Thursday, March, 26, 2015 - - News

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