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Southern SARE Grant deadline is Nov. 17

Ranchers and farmers who want to experiment with a new project or idea to become more productive or profitable have an avenue to do so, said David Fernandez, Cooperative Extension Program livestock specialist at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. FULL STORY »

Sliding soy meal futures took starch out of crop markets Tuesday

Corn futures set back in concert with soybeans. Soybeans and meal led the crop markets sharply higher Monday night and Tuesday morning, with bulls apparently banking on robust demand and slow harvests to power prices higher. FULL STORY »

Purdue experts to address changing ag market conditions

Agricultural economists from Purdue University will offer farmers and livestock producers some timely guidance on rapidly changing market conditions and a look ahead to the 2015 season in a free webinar set for 9 a.m. Friday (Oct. 31). FULL STORY »

'The Science of Soil Health' videos feature OSU Extension experts

Soil researchers across the Midwest, including agronomists and scientists from Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, want to help growers unlock the secrets of soil health to improve yields, lower input costs and increase farm income. FULL STORY »

Updated: Beef producer charged with falsifying Halal exports

A beef producer in Iowa allegedly has fraudulently shipped Halal beef to customers in Malaysia and Indonesia. FULL STORY »

Beef prices likely to continue to rise, experts say

Beef prices are setting records, even after adjusting for inflation. Experts predicts that prices will continue to rise next year, as well. FULL STORY »

Tuesday's early meal reversal weighed on crop markets

Talk of slow harvesting is again boosting corn futures. Soybeans and meal led the crop markets higher overnight, but have set back from their highs. FULL STORY »

Kansas officials ask EPA to retract WOTUS proposal

Gov. Sam Brownback, Kansas Ag Secretary Jackie McClaskey and Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) Secretary Bob Moser signed and sent a letter last week asking the Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to withdraw the proposed waters of the U.S. rule. FULL STORY »

Monday Market Sentiment: 5-area cash cattle rallies

After a slight drop in the previous week, 5-area cash cattle rallied, jumping from $163.83 to $169.04. FULL STORY »

Slow corn, soybean harvest ignites winter wheat concerns

Farmers took advantage of a break in the weather over the last week, but with less than half of the nation’s corn and 70 percent of soybeans harvested, some worry of the impact the lagging harvest may have on winter wheat planting and yield. FULL STORY »

McDonald’s and Whole Foods focus on consumer expectations

In our previous column, we discussed changing consumer expectations and the announcement by Walmart that they were implementing a four-legged program to enhance the sustainability of the food that they sell as well as efforts by McDonald’s to address the issue of antibiotic use in food animals. FULL STORY »

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