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Ag markets moved mostly lower Tuesday night

The crop markets came under continued pressure Tuesday night. Tuesday’s USDA reports did little to slow the bearish trend in the grain and soy markets. FULL STORY »

Society for Range Management annual Texas meeting set for Oct.7-9

Educational field tours, international talks, a Rancher’s Workshop and social networking are all adding up to make the 65th Annual Texas Section, Society for Range Management’s annual meeting Oct. 7-9 at Marfa and Alpine a huge success, said the professional organization’s president. FULL STORY »

Blasingame Chair: Reviewing the past and looking to the future

Daryll Ray, the holder of the Blasingame Chair of Excellence in Agricultural Policy and co-author of this column, will retire from the University of Tennessee early in 2015. FULL STORY »

Ag markets ended Tuesday mostly lower

The stocks report weighed on corn futures Tuesday. The quarterly Grain Stocks report stated September 1 U.S. corn stockpiles at 1.236 million bushels, which modestly exceeded industry expectations. FULL STORY »

Beef Marketing Group created to help producers sell cattle

In the 1980s, Lee Borck noticed a problem: Feedyards in central Kansas were getting fifty cents a hundredweight less for their cattle than western Kansas feedyards. FULL STORY »

Islamic State uses agriculture to tighten grip in Iraq Image Gallery

For Salah Paulis, it came down to a choice between his faith and his crop. A wheat farmer from outside Mosul, Paulis and his family fled the militant group Islamic State early last month. The group overran the family farm as part of its offensive that captured vast swathes of territory in northern Iraq. FULL STORY »

Texas A&M Extension offers private pesticide applicator training

A private pesticide applicator license training will be offered Oct. 9 at the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service office in Potter County, located at 3301 E. 10th Ave. in Amarillo. FULL STORY »

Montana State University hires livestock judging coach

For the first time in recent history, Montana State University has hired a dedicated livestock judging coach who will also teach applied coursework and manage a program that is designed to give students hands-on experience in the beef industry. FULL STORY »

Manure management field days set in Iowa

Managing manure nutrients is a high priority for livestock farmers for economic and environmental reasons. Iowa dairy and beef producers are invited to attend Iowa State University Extension and Outreach field days featuring a variety of manure management systems. FULL STORY »

Corn stocks top 1.2 billion bushels

In its latest Grain Stocks report, the USDA reported 1.24 billion bushels of old crop corn stocks in all positions on Sept. 1, up 50 percent from last year’s report. FULL STORY »

Cattle feeding margins down again

Cattle feeders took another hit last week, with profit margins falling more than $93 in the last two weeks. FULL STORY »

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