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Urban Ag Scholarship Supports Youth Pursuing Ag CareersHOUSTON, TX (July 24, 2014) – Mahindra USA introduces a unique scholarship program specifically designed to support urban youth interested in pursuing a career in the agricultural industry. In a joint effort with the National FFA Organization, Mahindra will...
Living in the country is a blessing.  We all have reasons for living where we live—what’s yours?
Welcome to the August issue of AcreageLife magazine. As August arrives, we often get our first chance to take a breather while straddling the busy part of early-summer and the rash of fall activities just around the corner.Not to sound too “continental,” but I can’t say I disagree with the European tradition of using August rather than July as the vacation month of choice. August has an ease that July misses. Maybe it’s because July is full of obligations: Class reunions, big family get-togethers, mad-dash family vacations, and six different fireworks displays to see over the Fourth of July weekend.August, on the other hand, seems to take its time. Kids slow down and almost savor the last few weeks before school starts at the end—and increasingly in the middle—of the month. The air, while still plenty warm, feels just a touch crisper, and the wind carries just the slightest hint of the cooler weather that will follow.And here in the Midwest, August is when the corn and beans start looking like, well, honest-to-goodness corn and beans. I don’t know about you, but it just doesn’t feel right to me until the corn is at least as tall as I...

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