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Emily Campbell of Aitkin, Minn., was selected as the 2013 American Honey Princess.

#HoneyPrincess   #American   #Honey   #AgNews   #Minnesota  
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Enter our Minnesota Farm Guide People’s Choice Photo Contest! We are now accepting machinery and equipment themed photography...

http://minnesotafarmguide.com/app/photocontest/

#photocontest   #Farm   #Ag   #AgNews  
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Which cover crops will you use for late season grazing?
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“The Roundup Ready to Yield newer generation beans are showing some bigger rooting patterns which are helping to find more nutrients in the soil, hence bigger yields.”

#Plant2012   #Minnesota   #AnswerPlot   #crop   #MFG  
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Reliable soil test results from Agvise Labs interprets and develops prescription soil fertility maps for his farmer customers.

http://www.minnesotafarmguide.com/news/crop/agvise-laboratories-test-the-soil-the-farmer-s-lifeblood/article_f28c4f4c-bf2e-11e1-ad9f-001a4bcf887a.html

#soilbiology   #soilmanagement   #soiltesting   #Agvise   #plant2012   #MNFarmGuide  
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A 2010 USDA analysis of household dairy demand indicates some differences in purchasing decisions based on factors such as education, race and income level. However, options and nutrition ultimately fuel sales to all groups.

#USDA   #dairy   #nutrition   #DairyMonth   #MFG  
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“This is truly a reform bill, with benefits stretching far beyond rural America,” said Gene Schmidt, NACD President and seed farmer from Hanna, Indiana. 

#FarmBill   #FarmBill2012   #farmbillaction   #farmbillnow   #NACD   #Indiana   #rural  
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Starch affects rumen pH, microbial growth and overall health of the rumen. Too much starch digested in the rumen can cause sub-acute ruminal acidosis, milk fat depression, reduced intake and lower milk production.

#dairy #starch #milk #MFG
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