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Where’s the buzz?
Ninth District beekeepers stung by fewer honeybees; sticky issue for ag sector.
AUTHORS: Cobb, Kathy
DATE: 2007-09

Journal Article
Not your father’s farm
District farms are getting smaller and bigger at the same time.
AUTHORS: Mahon, Joe
DATE: 2009-05

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Old MacDonald's evolving farm
Alternative livestock markets still small and volatile, but appear to be growing.
AUTHORS: Mullen, Meredith
DATE: 2007-01

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Hedging their bets
Farmers have more tools to manage risk, and are using them.
AUTHORS: Wirtz, Ronald A.
DATE: 2008-07

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Swap meet
How a real estate law has driven up farmland prices.
AUTHORS: Wirtz, Ronald A.
DATE: 2008-07

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This space for rent. Bring your wallet, unless I know you
Farmland rental rates lag, but might be sprinting to catch up.
AUTHORS: Wirtz, Ronald A.
DATE: 2008-07

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A growing cornucopia of organics
Organic farming in the Ninth District continues to sprout in fields and on dinner plates.
AUTHORS: Walter, Dave
DATE: 2008-01

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Making hay off the land
Farmland prices are skyrocketing across the Ninth District. Many worry that the boom can?t last, and what consequences might lurk if it doesn?t.
AUTHORS: Wirtz, Ronald A.
DATE: 2008-07

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Outside the winner’s circle
High land and crop prices are benefiting a lot of farmers, but hurting some?badly.
AUTHORS: Wirtz, Ronald A.
DATE: 2008-07

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Beginning farmers and local food systems
Growing support for community-driven economic development, local food, and sustainability is one reason a diverse group of young people are going into farming.
AUTHORS: Thilmany, Dawn; Ahearn, Mary
DATE: 2013-04

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