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SNAP expanded at farmers markets

In today’s electronic age, swiping plastic to make purchases has become more common. A few people still prefer to pay for food using cash, particularly at farmers markets, but more markets are accepting electronic pu [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]

MU tool helps farmers decide on pasture insurance

Is pasture insurance right for your farm? The answer could be yes, no or maybe. University of Missouri Extension recently launched an online tool that can help farmers decide if pur [Read More]

Soil erosion and agriculture sustainability

By Wilma Trujillo Colorado State University Southeast Area Agronomist As southeastern Colorado enters the third consecutive year of drought, the threat of soil erosion caused by wind is incr [Read More]

'Shock and awe' hits soybean market after Acreage Report

Bears were running amok July 1 through the corn, wheat, cotton and soybean markets in the wake of the annual Acreage Report from the National Agricultural Statistics Se [Read More]


Soil erosion and agriculture sustainability

By Wilma Trujillo Colorado State University Southeast Area Agronomist As southeastern Colorado enters the third consecutive year of drought, the threat of soil erosion caused by wind is incr[Read More]


Stephanie Bryant-Erdmann joins USW

U.S. Wheat Associates hired Stephanie Bryant-Erdmann to serve in a new position as programs and planning assistant in the organization’s Arlington, Virginia, headquarters office effective June 30, 2014. Bryant-Er[Read More]


Biofilter conference to present latest odor mitigation technologies

Iowa State University will host a conference Aug. 20 covering the latest biofilter technologies that can be used to reduce odors from animal-feedi[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]


Grasshopper numbers growing in Missouri

Farmers should scout and, if needed, spray for grasshoppers now, said University of Missouri Extension entomologist Wayne Bailey. Grasshoppers are reported in almost every county in the state, he said.[Read More]



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Ken Root

Ken Root

The cyclical nature of agriculture--never to be denied


By Ken Root Agriculture began in the modern era with the Russian Grain Deal of 1972. It was the first time demand had outstripped

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Sara Wyant

Sara Wyant

When will USDA offices be able to provide 'one-stop' shopping?


By Sara Wyant Sometime in the future, producers should be able to use precision technology to collect all of the data used in their

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Jennifer M Latzke

Jennifer M Latzke

Sorghum research in Africa may bring solutions for farmers here at home


By Jennifer M. Latzke American researchers from several universities are hoping that by collaborating and helping African sorghum farmer

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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

Brownback pushes back on "federal overreach"


By Holly Martin Walking among the implements and new services on display at the 3i Show, Kansas Governor Sam Brownback had the chance to

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Larry Dreiling

Larry Dreiling

Talking past each other


By Larry Dreiling By being interested in public policy, a person can end up making a lot of enemies. Folks hook up with one

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Jennifer Carrico

Jennifer Carrico

Kansas auctioneers top World Championship


By Jennifer Carrico Calling out bids, finding the buyer and executing the sale are all important parts of being a good auctioneer. These professionals

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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

What's the problem?


By Trent Loos Attacking the cow as the primary contributor to climate change is just another way to divert attention from the real problems

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Jerry Nine

Jerry Nine

Rain, markets are something to behold


By Jerry Nine (July 29)—There are two things that are unbelievable and those are the rain and the cattle market. It is Wednesday noon,

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