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Grain bin safety
Sterling Journal-Advocate
Whenever possible, don't enter a grain bin. If you must enter the bin, as a farm owner/operator you should:
  • Break up crusted grain from the outside of the bin with a long pole. When using a pole, check to see that it doesn't come into contact with electric lines.
  • Wear a harness attached to a properly secured rope.
  • Stay near the outer wall of the bin and keep walking if the grain should start to flow. Get to the bin ladder or safety rope as quickly as possible.
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    FY15 funding helping export markets for US agriculture
    Hoosier Ag Today
    USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack announced recently USDA’s Foreign Agriculture Service has awarded funding to more than 60 organizations in the U.S to help expand commercial export markets for American products. Through the Market Access Program, the Foreign Agricultural Service will provide $173.2 million to 62 nonprofit organizations and cooperatives.
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    Consistency is key to top US wheat market
    High Plains Journal
    Japan may be halfway around the world from Kansas, but the country’s status as the largest consistent buyer for U.S. wheat helps underpin global demand and cash price for Kansas hard red winter wheat. Overall, Japan purchases roughly 10 percent of all U.S. wheat exports each year. That includes imports of three wheat classes — HRW, soft white and hard red spring. In turn, U.S. wheat constitutes 57 percent of Japan’s total annual wheat imports.
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