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FAA: Commercial Drone Regs Should Be Finalized In 12 Months

U.S. commercial drone operations could take flight on a large scale by this time next year, as federal regulators finalize rules allowing widespread unmanned aerial system use by companies, according to congressional testimony on Wednesday....
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FAA: Commercial Drone Regs Should Be Finalized In 12 Months

U.S. commercial drone operations could take flight on a large scale by this time next year, as federal regulators finalize rules allowing widespread unmanned aerial system use by companies, according to congressional testimony on Wednesday....
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This infographic contains easy to follow recommendations and tips from the USDA Food Safety & Inspection Service for preventing food borne illness while grilling....
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Hurt: Indiana Crop Losses Now Potentially Up to $475 Million

Indiana’s corn and soybean crops in a month of rain have gone from among the best to among the worst, with Purdue Extension agricultural economist Chris Hurt now estimating that production could decline by $475 million....
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2013 UW Gain Update

2013 UW Gain Update

We are one month or so away from our first annual settlement with RMA on crop year 2013 business. The key report from RMA, which discloses whether an Approved Insurance Provider (AIP) can pay profit shares to agents for previous crop year, will be available in mid-October.

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What happens when farmers and ranchers start using social media and new communication strategies to tell their respective sides of the food production story? Apparently, they start to get under the skin of some food and environmental groups who are suggesting that those doggone food producers have apparently gone too far. Thanks to all the farmers & ranchers sharing your farm story with the public! Keep it up!
The ProAg offices will be closed on July 3rd in honor of the Independence Day Holiday on July 4th. We will return to normal business hours on July 6th. Have a Happy July 4th!
If you are a Midwest farmer finding it difficult to find the words for the wet weather, the Ohio Ag Net's Ty Higgins wrote a parody song that might help along with some pictures to show that you are not alone. "Rain Is A Big Pain" - parody of Luke Bryan's "Rain Is A Good Thing" song.
Saturday Saying: “Whoever makes two ears of corn, or two blades of grass to grow where only one grew before, deserves better of mankind, and does more essential service to his country than the whole race of politicians put together.” Jonathan Swift
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