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USDA shows corn is up, meat is down

Last Thursday, USDA released the September Crop Production report along with the monthly World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report. FULL STORY »

Man arrested for buying cattle with fake checks

A man who has been using fake checks to purchase cattle in Texas and Oklahoma is now in custody. FULL STORY »

Make preparations this fall to sod-seed pastures and hay meadows

Pastures and hay meadows provide higher quality feed, are more productive, and cheaper to grow if they have good forage legumes growing in them. FULL STORY »

Study shows differences in understanding sustainable agriculture

Across the globe, consumers (81%) and farmers (78%) say they care a lot about sustainability in agriculture. However, the two groups have a very different understanding of what sustainability means. FULL STORY »

Vance Agribusiness names 2014 40 Under 40 honorees

Vance Publishing Corporation’s Agribusiness Group today reveals the honorees for its second annual 40 Under 40 Award program, which recognizes people making a significant contribution to America’s food system. FULL STORY »

FDA offers resources on conditional drug approvals

Under the Minor Use and Minor Species Animal Health Act, which was passed in 2004, the FDA has options for “conditional approvals” of some drugs. These conditional approvals can come into play to help drug sponsors and veterinarians provide treatments for minor species, or for small numbers of major species in the case of uncommon diseases. FULL STORY »

As feedlot margins improve, packers fall closer to the red

For the third consecutive week, feedlot margins pushed higher, according to the latest data from the Sterling Profit Tracker. FULL STORY »

Conservationists demand end to killing Yellowstone bison

Wildlife conservationists petitioned the Obama administration on Monday to halt the practice of killing bison from Yellowstone National Park, sometimes by the hundreds, to prevent the spread of disease to cattle that graze on neighboring land in Montana. FULL STORY »

South Texas goes from drought to too much rain

COLLEGE STATION – After prolonged drought, South Texas producers are now struggling with too much moisture, according to Rod Santa Ana, Texas A&M AgriLife communications specialist based in Weslaco. FULL STORY »

Minnesota farm corn maze uses "Year of Family Farming" logo

Waldoch Farm’s fourth annual Corn Maze is designed in honor of the United Nations 2014 International Year of Family Farming. FULL STORY »

Farmers refrain from railroad criticism

The relationship between farmers and the railroads has been one fraught with difficulties since the days when Eastern farmers and immigrants followed the railroads west to seek out a better life for themselves and their families. FULL STORY »

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