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What's Making News

Poppers Club Benefits from Tractor Sale

An antique tractor once belonging to the late John Coulter of Westville was auctioned off for a good cause last Friday in New Paris ... Read entire story

Group Seeks to Repurpose Food

A steady stream of cars worked through a line that snaked out of the parking lot of the Community Food Pantry of St. Joseph County (Ind.) in ... Read entire story

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This Week's Farm Operations

Wheat Greening Up, Looking Good

Above average temperatures and dry conditions early in the week and very pleasant weather late in the week, allowed farmers to make good sugarbeet ... Read entire story

Sustained Rain Delays Planting

Above average precipitation for two consecutive weeks hindered fieldwork for many Indiana farmers ... Read entire story

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This Week's Market News

Bird Flu Shows Up in More States, but Fortunately Cows Can Recover

Dairy industry attention remains on the avian influenza outbreak. North Carolina has been added to the named states that have it. Restrictions ... Read entire story

Report: Sticky Inflation Puts Fed in a Difficult Dilemma

Strong labor and consumer spending metrics have led most market participants to dismiss earlier recession concerns, but there are still some ... Read entire story

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Weekly Columns

USDA Runs the Most Expensive Manure Program in the World

If the third time is a charm, Michael Happ might finally make an impression on federal lawmakers and administrators with his fact-filled ... Read entire story

Birds, Bovines and the Flu

The poultry industry has been dealing with highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) for several years. The losses are staggering if it's your ... Read entire story

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