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Protect livestock from sweet clover disease

Improperly curing hay made from certain sweet clover varieties such as white and yellow sweet clover can cause severe and often fatal hemorrhages in livestock such as cattle, sheep and goats. FULL STORY »

Survey shows big data use increasing

A survey by the American Farm Bureau Federation shows more farmers are reaping the benefits of the latest agricultural technologies, but most remain wary of risks involved with big data collection. FULL STORY »

Export data, equity gains boost crop futures Thursday morning

The weekly USDA Export Sales report stated last week’s corn commitments just over 1.0 million tonnes, which happened to be the upper end of pre-report forecasts. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Yogurt redux: Readers react

It’s understandable that when a columnist (me) takes a dairy food marketer to task, dairy industry supporters will take issue — and some of their criticisms are right on the money. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Five Minutes with Vani Hari and why does she matter?

Yesterday, I received a note from a good friend expressing her annoyance with a fear-monger named Vani Hari, a woman who self-describes as the "Food Babe." She prefers the name Food Babe but she branches out into other fields too, all without a factual compass. FULL STORY »

One week remains for free BQA certification!

Chase DeCoite, manager of Beef Quality Assurance (BQA), funded in part by the beef checkoff, says producers have just one week left to register for their free BQA certification. FULL STORY »

Not the end for COOL

Wisconsin Farmers Union President Darin Von Ruden spoke out today in support of Country-of-Origin labeling (COOL), following a decision by the World Trade Organization Oct. 20 on whether the law is unfair to foreign meat producers. FULL STORY »

Keeping Food Safe: Prevention better than response

Each year in the United States, about 42,000 cases of salmonella infection are reported. Because many cases are not diagnosed or reported, the actual number of infections is estimated to be close to 1 million. FULL STORY »

Pricing issues in agricultural markets

Price discovery is the process of finding the price through the interaction of buyers and sellers. FULL STORY »

USDA launches climate hub website

USDA launched a new website to serve as a portal for climate information. FULL STORY »

The economics of grazing cool-season annual forages

Producers throughout the Southeast feed hay and other stored feedstuffs during the fall, winter, and early spring due to limited forage availability and lower forage quality. FULL STORY »

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