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  • Soapsmiths share their story
    Friday, July 22, 2016 5:00 PM
    What happens when three college roomies who like do-it-yourself projects decide to make a bar of soap? They form a body care company with an all-star product lineup.
  • Owners share their soap favorites
    Friday, July 22, 2016 3:00 PM
    The owners of Soapy Soap Co. have a large line-up of soap on their shelves. Not only do they sell the products for a living, they use them at home, too.
  • Craft your own soap
    Friday, July 22, 2016 1:00 PM
    The owners of Soapy Soap Co. want to change the way people think about body care. That’s why they created a Kickstarter campaign for a new business idea: build your own soap.
  • Mycogen Seeds car adds POET logo
    Friday, July 22, 2016 11:00 AM
    Mycogen Seeds and Richard Childress Racing are unveiling a new paint scheme for the No. 3 Mycogen Seeds Chevrolet SS. Austin Dillon will drive the No. 3 Chevrolet on July 24 in the Crown Royal 400 at the Brickyard NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.
  • Ryobi to expand Indiana operation
    Friday, July 22, 2016 9:00 AM
    Japan-based Ryobi Limited announced plans to expand its Shelbyville operations, creating up to 150 jobs, as Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb met at the Indiana Statehouse with Hiroshi Urakami, Ryobi chairman.
  • 2016 may prove challenging with corn disease
    SPONSORED: When it comes to foliar diseases in corn, what’s old could be new again. If you had a lot of disease last year, you can expect to have a lot of the primary inoculum around.
  • Farm Bureau works to protect water quality
    As farmers, we work hard to protect our most valuable resources. But despite our hard work, we still expect to lose some nutrients from our fields.
  • Keep focus on nutrient management
    Illinois may be some 800 miles from the Port of New Orleans, yet the nutrient management decisions Illinois soybean farmers make affect water quality all the way to the Gulf.
  • Soybean market prices see sharp rally
    July 2016 soybean futures have increased by 25 percent since April 1, led by the nearly 50 percent increase in soybean meal prices. Soybean oil prices declined by nearly 10 percent.
  • Remember what our nation stands for
    Sometimes we have to suffer through the storms to reap the harvest. I certainly hope that’s the case with the violent atmospheric disturbance on Capitol Hill. The childlike behavior in our nation’s capital in recent weeks is absolutely embarrassing and appalling.
  • Indian Creek’s watershed moment
    This marks the sixth and final year of the Indian Creek Watershed Project in southern Livingston County, Ill., an initiative that sparked national interest and now serves as a practical textbook for nutrient loss reduction management in watersheds.
  • Fairs, don’t forget free marketing
    My task was simple enough, I thought. An Internet search should turn up any digital presence for this particular county fair, and I would be able to find a website, Facebook page or a related article.
  • Son’s FFA trip moment to treasure
    My love for the agriculture industry and passing on its importance to the next generation is no secret.
  • History offers ideas, hope, for future
    Whenever we’re on a vacation, my family and I stop at roadside attractions to make the most of the journey.
  • Weed control prevents massive crop losses
    The use of chemicals in agriculture has been targeted by environmental groups for years. With this outside pressure always lurking, a team of experts with the Weed Science Society of America did an analysis to determine what impact the elimination of herbicides and other control techniques for weed management would have on production.

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