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Falling gasoline prices: There are lots of reasons why

Plummeting gasoline prices are the result of lagging economic growth in many parts of the world, the end of the summer driving season, less expensive winter gasoline and well-functioning Midwest refineries, Purdue University energy economist Wally Tyner says. FULL STORY »

State cattlemen’s groups to USDA: Hands off the checkoff

How do cattlemen across the country feel about U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack’s idea to create a second Beef Checkoff Program? A letter from 45 state cattlemen's groups tells the Secretary "hands off." FULL STORY »

Drought conditions improve in parts of U.S.

While California continues to be plagued by exceptional drought conditions, the Southeast, Plains and the Midwest all saw rains this week. FULL STORY »

Six universities launch animal ag industry climate change website

The $346 billion U.S. animal agriculture industry is already paying the price for an unstable climate with more frequent and extreme weather events that are devastating to individual producers and influence costs throughout the entire industry, a University of Nebraska Lincoln animal environmental engineer says. FULL STORY »

CME hits record high single-day volume

CME Group, the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, reached a record high in single-day volume with 39,567,064 contracts traded across all asset classes on October 15, 2014, shattering the previous record of 26,947,300 contracts set on May 29, 2013. FULL STORY »

Lower feed costs, less production lead to record livestock prices

The marketing outlook for cattle is basically a continuation of the last couple years, with more record prices. FULL STORY »

New Holland smashes world record

New Holland Agriculture has reclaimed the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title, harvesting an impressive 797.656 tonnes (29,308.84 bushels) of wheat in eight hours with the world’s most powerful combine: the 653 hp CR10.90 Elevation. FULL STORY »

World Food Day 2014 toasts family farmers

A new survey highlights tension between love for the land and trying to make ends meet among North American family farmers. FULL STORY »

World's tallest cow found in Illinois

Illinois is the home of the world's tallest cow. Blosom, owned by Patty Hanson, is six foot four inches tall and weighs over 2,000 pounds. FULL STORY »

Can the world produce enough food for 2 billion more people?

With the world population rising, demographers are grappling with one of the most pressing issues of the century - will there be enough food for an extra two to four billion people? FULL STORY »

Winner of 2014 Borlaug CAST Communication Award named

The Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST) presented the 2014 Borlaug CAST Communication Award to Alison Van Eenennaam, Ph.D., Oct. 15, at a morning event in conjunction with the World Food Prize Symposium in Des Moines, Iowa. FULL STORY »

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