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Drones could benefit agriculture industry

Steve Morris began building unmanned aerial systems in the late 1990s with the thought that they would be useful to farmers. FULL STORY »

Texan arrested in livestock theft case

CANTON, Ohio – A Texas man was arrested on Friday by members of the U.S. Marshals, Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force – Canton, Ohio Division, on warrants stemming from two separate investigations being conducted by Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association Special Rangers in Texas and Oklahoma. FULL STORY »

Missouri right-to-farm vote withstands recount

Missouri’s “right-to-farm” statewide amendment, which voters approved by a narrow margin in an August primary election, has again come out ahead in a recount, according to news reports. FULL STORY »

August placements seen lowest in history

August Placements are expected to be 5.2% lower than last year. This would be the lowest August placement since the history of the current data series (1996). FULL STORY »

Commentary: The ultimate squelch on GMO labeling

Early polling in a couple of states suggests that ballot measures might be viewed more favorably by voters this fall. But the opposition approach ought to take a different approach. FULL STORY »

Ag markets turned mostly lower Tuesday morning

Crop futures couldn’t sustain early gains. The Farm Service Agency released its updated numbers concerning acreage enrolled in U.S. crop insurance programs Monday night. FULL STORY »

Monday Market Sentiment: Choice primal rib continues momentum

The 5-area cash trade remained constant from last week, dropping 1 cent from $161.05 in the previous week to $161.04 last week. FULL STORY »

Merck announces veterinary scholarships

As a partner in the Food Systems Fellowship Program coordinated by Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, Merck Animal Health is pleased to announce three $5,000 scholarships have been awarded to students who are participating in the program FULL STORY »

Congress shows support for farmers’ finances

The American Farm Bureau Federation hailed the strong bi-partisan effort by members of Congress as they urged Senate and House leadership to preserve the cash accounting system farmers and ranchers rely on to grow their businesses. FULL STORY »

Beef checkoff reaches out to fitness professionals

In conjunction with the annual IDEA World Fitness Convention in Anaheim, Calif., the beef checkoff conducted activities for influential fitness professionals who reach older millennial parents and have strong potential to be beef advocates. FULL STORY »

U.S. producers participate in swine symposium in China

On Sept. 12, pork industry leaders from the U.S. and China gathered in Beijing for the 2014 U.S.-China Swine Industry Symposium. FULL STORY »

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