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Feds spend millions on hoop houses

The federal government has spent millions of dollars to help farmers nationwide buy greenhouse-like structures called high tunnels that can add valuable weeks and...

Millions missing out on colon cancer screening

Nearly half the people who need potentially lifesaving checks for the nation's No. 2 cancer killer — colorectal cancer — miss them, despite years...

Facebook’s virtual farm game attracting millions

Even while calling Chicago home, Laura Hawkins Grimes is a country bumpkin. Her scenic rural spread has three dairy farms, two ponds and a...

Facebook’s virtual farm game attracting millions

Even while calling Chicago home, Laura Hawkins Grimes is a country bumpkin. Her scenic rural spread has three dairy farms, two ponds and a...

Engineered edible cottonseed could feed millions

"The Fabric of Our Lives" may soon feed millions. A Texas researcher has found a way to reduce toxin in cottonseed that until now...
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Remembering John Jointer, a gracious athlete

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