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Deadline Monday for farm family nominations

QUINCY -- Monday deadline for farm family nominations

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Regulating indirect land use carbon emissions carries cost to consumers
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Regulating indirect land use carbon emissions carries cost to consumers

Regulating indirect land use carbon emissions carries cost to consumers

What if winter never arrives in the Midwest?
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What if winter never arrives in the Midwest?

What if winter never arrives in the Midwest?

Grant aims to improve soil health
Agriculture

Grant aims to improve soil health

Spreading the word about soil health is the goal of a $9.4 million grant from the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research to the Soil Health Institute, the Soil Health Partnership and the Nature Conservancy.

Hancock County farmer earns Illinois Farm Bureau's highest award
Agriculture

Hancock County farmer earns Illinois Farm Bureau's highest award

Terry Pope, a corn and soybean farmer in Hancock County, was honored Sunday with the Illinois Farm Bureau's highest award, the Charles B. Shuman Distinguished Service Award.

Missouri DNR rejects proposal to expand odor rule to all hog farms
Agriculture

Missouri DNR rejects proposal to expand odor rule to all hog farms

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has rejected a request to change the state's rules on "odorous emissions" so they apply to all sizes of hog farms -- not just the largest operations.

Select seeds in tune with garden space
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Select seeds in tune with garden space

Select seeds in tune with garden space

A tipping point for weed control?
Farm and Field

A tipping point for weed control?

A tipping point for weed control?

Agriculture

Herald-Whig seeks Farm Family nominations

Nominations for the 26th annual Farm Family of the Year Award, sponsored by The Quincy Herald-Whig, will be accepted through Monday, Dec. 11.

Annie's Project sessions offer help to women on farm
Agriculture

Annie's Project sessions offer help to women on farm

A six-week workshop planned in Carthage will help women on the farm become empowered to be better business partners or sole operators through networking, and by managing and organizing critical information.