Iowa rancher is next star on 'The Bachelor'

Chris Soules earned an agronomy and agriculture major at Iowa State University. But ABC announced that his next career move will be serving as "The Bachelor" in the next edition of the hit reality series, begun in 2002. FULL STORY »

It’s only natural, but what does that mean?

What does “natural” mean when it appears on a food label? A recent survey shows consumers really don’t know. FULL STORY »

Animal Planet L!ve at Nebraska State Fair Birthing Pavilion

If you tune into Animal Planet this weekend, you will see a celebration of Labor Day in all its meanings. The main event is live animal births at the Nebraska State Fair’s birthing pavilion. FULL STORY »

Female markets soar during August

Demand for bred females was strong during August, with prices in most categories improving over already-high July prices. Bred heifers across our markets averaged $1,800 per head, up from $1,690 in July and $1,380 in August 2013. FULL STORY »

Armyworms could be big issue for grain sorghum producers

Grain sorghum producers should be vigilant in scouting for armyworms in the coming weeks as the crop heads out, warn Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts. FULL STORY »

U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance launches new campaign

The U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance is launching a new campaign today titled I AM FARMLAND, which is geared to help support the expanded distribution of FARMLAND, a new feature length documentary about the lives of young farmers and ranchers. FULL STORY »

Meat production strains land and water resources, researchers say

Global meat production’s stead growth comes with a cost. Industrial methods in the livestock sector require portions of forests to be cut down to expand grazing lands and usage of large quantities of water. FULL STORY »

Most ag markets held up surprisingly well Tuesday

Monday’s progress report weighed the corn market. The weekly USDA Crop Progress report raised the latest rating for the U.S. corn crop 1%, which made it the second-highest mid-August reading since 1994. FULL STORY »

Farm-based nitrogen is unavoidable but can be minimized

Growing up, one of the events we looked forward to was the church pot luck dinner. There were so many delicious choices to choose from as we worked out way down the table that it was easy to overfill the plate and the desserts were still ahead. It took more than one pot luck dinner to finally come to the conclusion—well mothers and a stomach ache or two helped—that it was possible to have too much of a good thing. FULL STORY »

Montana Livestock Department faces $400K budget shortfall

The Montana Board of Livestock has approved plans to cut jobs, increase fees and ask the state for more money in order to avoid a potential $400,000 budget shortfall. FULL STORY »

Livestock futures outperformed the crop markets Tuesday morning

Monday’s progress report is weighing on the crop markets. The weekly USDA Crop Progress report raised the latest rating for the U.S. corn crop 1%, which made it the second-highest mid-August reading since 1994. FULL STORY »

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