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2014 Indiana
State Fair
August 1-17, 2014
YEAR OF THE COLISEUM
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Agricultural Act of 2014
A snapshot of the Agricultural Act of 2014 priority issue areas.
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Meeting on Levees
Knox and Sullivan County Farm Bureaus team up to host special meeting on levees.
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Our Food Link
AFB Women’s Leadership Committee has rolled out a new program.
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Featured Stories

Annexation bill moves in house

A bill that, as amended, would place a moratorium on annexation beginning April 1 and ending July 1, 2015, has been approved by the House Government & Regulatory Reform Committee.

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Goal of Benton County meeting was preparing residents for irrigation

Before irrigation came to Benton County, the Benton County Farm Bureau hosted a meeting for community members outlining rules for water use, liability of operations using irrigation systems and laws that are in place to protect homeowners from losses caused those irrigation systems.

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Cass County tries the direct approach with its elected county officials

Cass County Farm Bureau decided to try the direct approach with its elected county officials. For the second year in a row, the county hosted the officials to a luncheon that immediately followed the county council’s budget meeting.

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Congressional tax proposals would cost agriculture $4.8 billion

Proposed changes to the tax code restricting the use of cash accounting by agricultural operations would reduce agriculture’s access to capital by as much as $12.1 billion over the next four years, according to a study released Feb. 20 by Kennedy and Coe LLC and Farmers for Tax Fairness.

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Importance of exports requires extra steps for biotech corn

Indiana Farm Bureau Vice President Randy Kron serves on the U.S. Grains Council’s biotechnology advisory team, a position to which he was appointed by the USGC’s board of directors. He has some advice for Indiana farmers.

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