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Corn, bean prices likely to drop

The supply of corn is outracing the demand. University of Missouri Extension agricultural economist David Reinbott told the 2014 Summer AgMarketing Outlook Conference that prices are likely to remain low, with proje [Read More]

Corn crop looking best in years

“I’ve never seen Missouri corn looking this good,” University of Missouri Extension corn specialist Brent Myers said. In their weekly teleconference on Tuesday, July 22, MU Extension agronomy specialists across the st [Read More]

Assessing hail-damaged corn

By Robert Tigner UNL Extension Educator Recent hailstorms and high winds in this area have caused questions about the options farmers have for crop management during the rest of the growing season. Hail decreases yields by [Read More]

NCGA voices strong concern during WOTUS interpretive rule hearing in the House

National Corn Growers Association First Vice President Chip Bowling testified before the House Agriculture Subcommittee on C [Read More]

Corn earworm appearing in state

Many late-planted and double-crop soybean fields in Missouri are at risk of damage from corn earworm, also known as soybean podworm, said University of Missouri Extension entomologist Wayne Bailey. Scout fields now bec [Read More]




Texas students win Peary Wilemon-National Cotton Ginners' scholarships

By Robert Burns Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Six graduate and undergraduate students in the Texas A&M University biological and[Read More]


Corn crop looking best in years

“I’ve never seen Missouri corn looking this good,” University of Missouri Extension corn specialist Brent Myers said. In their weekly teleconference on Tuesday, July 22, MU Extension agronomy specialists across the st[Read More]


NMSU to host chile field day at Los Lunas agricultural science center

New Mexico State University is home to some of the world’s top experts on growing New Mexico’s famous chile. Commercial producers and home ga[Read More]


Dryland Ag Day planned in Southwest Kansas

Against the backdrop of a diminishing Ogallala Aquifer, dryland farming is increasingly moving into sharper focus. A Kansas State University field day planned in Tribune will feature research rela[Read More]


Camelina, sugarcane aphid among topics at Fall Field Day in Hays

An alternative crop for fallow and a tiny pest that may be a new threat to sorghum are among the topics to be covered at the Kansas State University Agr[Read More]



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Ken Root

Ken Root

Trade counters conflict


By Ken Root We are about to enter into another trade-restricting, policy-disagreeing and sovereignty-disputing confrontation with Russia. As one who was taught to fear

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Sara Wyant

Sara Wyant

Time to rethink farmers' political punch?


By Sara Wyant Note: This is a condensed version of part one of a six-part series, “Packing Political Punch in Rural America,” which is

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Jennifer M Latzke

Jennifer M Latzke

Opportunities to learn and grow


By Jennifer M. Latzke “Requiring nothing of a child gives them no chance for failure or success. Give your kids opportunities to learn and

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Kylene Scott

Kylene Scott

Council panel looks ahead to the future of livestock industry


By Kylene Scott “The future obviously holds a lot of unpredictability,” Tyler Chafee, senior

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Holly Martin

Holly Martin

See the map, believe in 'Ditch the rule'


By Holly Martin Seeing is believing. Or at least that’s what a group of agriculture organizations is hoping. This week, the National Cattlemen’s Beef

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Larry Dreiling

Larry Dreiling

Be prepared for higher interest rates, Fed leader says (And this time, the prediction may really hap


By Larry Dreiling Historically, presidents of the Federal Reserve Ban

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Jennifer Carrico

Jennifer Carrico

Duplicating deliciousness Researchers clone cattle with high quality carcasses


By Jennifer Carrico Duplicating high-quality lean beef may be a faster process, thanks to researchers at West Texas A&M Un

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Doug Rich

Doug Rich

Purple reign: A splash of lavender in the heartland


By Doug Rich Lavender was not their first choice, but it turned out to be the best choice for Jack and Kathy Wilson. They

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Trent Loos

Trent Loos

Kerry prefers starving kids


By Trent Loos At the recent Africa Summit in our nation’s capital, Secretary of State John Kerry stated Africa should not have more farms

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Jerry Nine

Jerry Nine

There are many ways to get injured


By Jerry Nine (Aug. 13)—In agriculture, being around equipment and livestock, there are so many ways we can get hurt. This morning me and

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