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    Tuesday, May 26, 2015 5:00 PM
    After traveling the country working with community gardens, growing vegetables and learning the importance of urban farming, Matthew Jose moved back to Indianapolis and started his own urban farm. 
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    Tuesday, May 26, 2015 3:00 PM
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  • Drones can provide deeper look at farm fields
    Tuesday, May 26, 2015 1:00 PM
    One of the questions that Chris Rupiper asks his customers who come into the Kelly-Sauder-Rupiper Equipment store interested in the Precision Drone Pacesetter models isn’t about UAS at all. 
  • State fair manager outlines challenges
    Tuesday, May 26, 2015 11:00 AM
    Patrick Buchen, the newly appointed manager of the Illinois State Fair and Du Quoin State Fair, recently sat down with AgriNews at Du Quoin to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the state in regard to the fair system. 
  • Manager sees bright future for state fairs
    Tuesday, May 26, 2015 9:00 AM
    Patrick Buchen, the newly named manager of the Illinois State Fair and Du Quoin State Fair, has his hands full. The Fulton County native was appointed by Gov. Bruce Rauner to manage both state fairs. Illinois is unique among states that it has two bona fide state fairs. 
  • Soybean slowdown
    It’s hard for me to complain about the showers we received followed by above-normal temperatures. I would guess that corn is well over 90 percent planted in my area, and the stands look great. Last week’s warm moist weather was just what the doctor ordered for the corn. 
  • Rained out
    Corn planting is done for many. However, I have had a chance since it’s been raining to drive around, and we are far from all planted as far as corn in this area. I have talked to several guys that still have two days of planting corn to go. 
  • Rain welcomed
    All our corn is up, which is also the case throughout our area. The vast majority of the soybean crop has been planted, too, and much of it has emerged. 
  • Planting gains
    The majority of producers has finished corn and is planting some bean acres. There has been a lot of corn emergence this past week with stand looking relatively well unless some low-lying areas end up drowning out from all the rain. 
  • Upgrade and expand our transportation infrastructure
    It is no secret that our nation’s transportation infrastructure is in a state of disrepair. 
  • Celebrate 'Napa Valley of Midwest' with newspaper
    AgriNews is celebrating Hoosier grapes and wine with our “Winery of the Month” series. This series really hits home for me. As a big fan of wine and advocate for local businesses, I couldn’t wait to visit some of Indiana’s finest vineyards. 
  • Less corn now needed to make gallon of ethanol
    U.S. ethanol production reached record levels last year while using fewer bushels of corn to produce a gallon of the fuel. 
  • Soy contest creativity impresses audience
    What were you doing when you were 19 years old? I know I was attending classes at Indiana University in the Ernie Pyle School of Journalism, living in a house with four roommates and playing on a co-ed intramural softball team. I also know what I wasn’t doing: I wasn’t inventing something. 
  • Farmers need to talk about succession plan with family
    Developing a succession plan for a farming operation is not an easy subject for families to discuss. 
  • Catfights, Chipolte and staying connected
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