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Refuge in the bag leads to Syngenta plant expansion PDF E-mail

The fifth expansion project in the last seven years is on tap this spring and summer at the Syngenta Seeds plant near Phillips.
Plant general manager Bill Hunter III said the latest expansion plans came about after Syngenta applied for two new traits through the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to provide refuge in the bag for its customers.
“The expansion project will allow us to package those two new traits when the EPA approves them and we’re hoping that approval comes before the 2012 spring planting season,” Hunter said. “In order to be ready for that approval, we need to start the expansion project now.”

FFA involvement credited with building life skills PDF E-mail

Ag education classes may contribute to preparing Matthew Grosshans for a future life on the farm, but it’s his FFA experiences that will help prepare him for life, in general.
Leadership, character, citizenship, volunteerism, confidence, time management, teamwork, communication skills -- Grosshans said FFA goes far beyond ag education as involvement in the organization develops members’ potential.

P&G raising bar on quality assurance PDF E-mail

The recent salmonella and egg recall food scares may have had nothing to with pet food, but the global impact is reaching Aurora’s Procter & Gamble Pet Care facility in a big way.

P&G executives predicted that regulatory authorities will soon start to raise the bar for quality assurance regarding all kinds of food in the household, including pet food. That prompted a strategic move to beef up internal quality requirements here at the Aurora plant, which produces 30 percent of P&G’s Iams and Eukanuba brand products worldwide.

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