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Record-Breaking Year at LaPorte County Fair

It was a record-breaking day for many 4-H'ers at the LaPorte County Fair last Friday in LaPorte ... Read entire story

Kosciusko Fair Reaches New Record of $438,547.29

The Kosciusko County 4-H livestock auction climbed to new heights last Friday, raising a record ... Read entire story

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What's Making News

NMPF: EPA Plan Would Discourage Water Conservation

The National Milk Producers Federation last Monday asked the Environmental Protection Agency to withdraw ... Read entire story

35th Annual Ag Expo to Feature Drones, 'Smart Gardening'

Those attending the 2014 Michigan Ag Expo will have the opportunity to delve into multiple interest areas ... Read entire story

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This Week's Farm Operations

Late Blight Confirmed in Potatoes in LaGrange Co.

Late blight was confirmed in a potato crop south of the Michigan-Indiana border near Howe, Ind., on ... Read entire story

Webinar to Focus on Ag Equipment Vision Aids

Operators of agricultural equipment who have difficulty seeing directly behind them because of visual impairments ... Read entire story

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This Week's Market News

With Record Corn Crop, Stocks of Corn Could Become Burdensome

Corn prices have been declining for almost two years following the peak price generated by the very small ... Read entire story

Prices for Cheese, Butter Retreat, Leaving the Market in a Quandary

May 2014 milk production hit 16.9 billion pounds, according to USDA's preliminary data, up ... Read entire story

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Weekly Columns

The Evening I Forgot My Cell Phone!

Before we'd left the driveway, I knew something was wrong. Rummaging through my purse, I let out ... Read entire story

Easy Vegetable Casserole

Summer is the time of nature's bounty. It's the season of zucchini, yellow squash, peppers, corn and eggplant. You might even ... Read entire story

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