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Corn and soybean farmers in the Midwest are likely to earn far less money this year than they did last year, with some economists predicting that incomes could be less than one-tenth of what they were in 2014.

Farmers with Prosthetics Face Durability Challenges

Jun 10, 2015
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When it comes to hazardous work industries, farming is in the top three with transportation and warehousing, and mining. And many times after an accident, farmers end up as amputees. But when farmers and ranchers lose a limb on the job, they have a limited selection of prosthetics to help get them back to the fields.

Some Farmers Warming Up to the Affordable Care Act

Apr 1, 2015
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Until the federal health insurance marketplace opened in late 2013, farmers and ranchers were more likely to be uninsured than many other occupational groups. The Affordable Care Act changed that by requiring them to buy insurance. But it also gave them coverage options they didn't have before. 

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When they heard Dan Hromas’ truck rolling in, the chickens came strutting.

Children Can Learn to Garden in Knox County

Jul 11, 2014
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Children will have an opportunity develop a "green thumb" thanks to the Knox Prairie Community Garden.

What does the Right to Farm mean in Missouri?

Jun 6, 2014
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Members of Congress are throwing their support behind a proposed “right to farm” amendment in Missouri’s constitution. But critics are pointing to the measure’s ambiguous language as problematic.

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When it comes to keeping data secure, farmers are worried about some of the same issues as the rest of us.