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7/25 Farm News


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Nebraska Freshman Myles Farmer Got Into Legal Trouble This Week
Similar to other players on Nebraska this offseason, Farmer was cited on suspicion of possession of marijuana. In fact, three teammates of his have ...
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USDA Grant Program Supports Farmer Mental-Health Networks
A mental-health program for farmers that was created more than a decade ago but left unfunded is scheduled to complete its first round of grantmaking ...
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Can the Small Pig Farmer Thrive in the Future?
For this 2019 Pig Farmer of Tomorrow, a future in farming is full of possibility and ... During the podcast, Farming the Countryside with Andrew McCrea, ...
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Mitchell farmer learns the ropes as new Corn Palace supplier
MITCHELL, S.D. — In his second year as the farmer responsible for providing the corn that decorates Mitchell's biggest tourist attraction, Brett Lowrie is ...
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Jalapeño farmer Craig Underwood wins US$23.3 million after 'spicy break-up' with Sriracha maker ...
The sauces – including Underwood's own version of Sriracha – started selling about a month ago in farmers markets in Ventura County as the farm ...
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Scott Fitzgerald slams agriculture secretary over comments on farmer mental health
"If the Joint Finance Committee doesn't want to move this funding forward immediately, then they have a choice to make: which five farmers will it be?".
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Longmont-area farmer Mike Lefever elected to National Corn Growers Association board
Longmont-area farmer Mike Lefever was elected to the National Corn Growers Association board Thursday during Corn Congress in Washington.
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Golden Road Vineyard receives Farmer Veteran grant
A new winery slated to open in the Yadkin Valley in 2020 was one of five North Carolina recipients this year for a grant from the Farmer Veteran ...
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Kentucky farmer pleads guilty in crop insurance fraud plot
A tobacco farmer in Kentucky has pleaded guilty to conspiring to submit false claims on crop insurance policies. The Lexington Herald-Leader reports ...
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What's Happening at the Farmer's Market this Week?
In 2002, I began selling baked goods as Red Cat Bakery at the Jackson Farmer's Market. The name, “Red Cat”, was what my then four-year old ...
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