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Crop sensors improve nitrogen application

Sensor-guided nitrogen application can save corn producers money and increase yields, says Peter Scharf, University of Missouri Extension (MU) soil scientist. Scharf showed how crop sensors diagnos [Read More]

Financial assistance available for organic certification

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has entered in to a cooperative agreement with the Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA), Division of Plant Indust [Read More]

A new invader: Kudzu bugs confirmed in Arkansas

Kudzu bugs—a fast-moving, invasive pest of soybeans—has been confirmed in Arkansas, but the ones found in Crittenden County probably arrived too late to do any damage to the state’s bean [Read More]

After the Emmys--lights, cameras, grapes

By Fred Miller Division of Agriculture Communications You didn’t see it onstage during the glitz and glamor of the Emmys, but Arkansas earned a best supporting actor award at the star-studded after [Read More]

Crop sensors improve nitrogen application

Sensor-guided nitrogen application can save corn producers money and increase yields, says Peter Scharf, University of Missouri Extension (MU) soil scientist. Scharf showed how crop sensors diagnos [Read More]


Midyear 2014 U.S. agricultural equipment exports drop 27 percent

U.S. agricultural equipment exports dropped 27 percent during the first half of 2014 compared to midyear 2013; $4.77 billion in exports were shipped to[Read More]


Celebrate family fun at CALF's Harvest Day

Pumpkins, carriage rides and games are just a few of the time honored fall harvest traditions and old-fashioned family fun that will be celebrated at Colorado Agriculture Leadership Foundation’s ([Read More]


Food insecurity, hunger, local food movements among topics at UW consumer issues conference

Hunger, deceptive food product claims, food deserts, local foods movements and a congressman who t[Read More]


Van Dykes named 2014 Iowa 'Conservation Farmer of the Year'

Glenn and Coleen Van Dyke have been committed conservationists since they purchased their Poweshiek County farm in 1969, earning them the 2014 Iowa Conservation F[Read More]


Homegrown, renewable fuels provide energy independence

Biodiesel and ethanol, two energy sources made from soybeans and corn, respectively, are homegrown and locally produced. For Renewable Fuels Month in September, Nebraska fa[Read More]



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Ken Root

Ken Root

'Big Brother' in the tractor cab


By Ken Root The greatest joy of many farmers is to drive their tractor across mellow ground, either tilling the soil or planting a

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Sara Wyant

Sara Wyant

More changes underway at your local FSA office


By Sara Wyant Your local Farm Service Agency (FSA) should have better technology and potentially more responsibilities by later this fall. During a recent White

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Jennifer M Latzke

Jennifer M Latzke

Beyond the cow and plow


By Jennifer M. Latzke I was an atypical agricultural communications student if there ever was one. Sure, I’d “grown up on a farm” and I’d

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Kylene Scott

Kylene Scott

Water just as important as the grass in grazing systems


By Kylene Scott Water for grazing livestock is just as important as the grass. Some livestock can rely on creeks, streams and ponds, but

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Holly Martin

Holly Martin

The sweet smell of stanky


By Holly Martin “These clothes are stanky,” my youngest son said as he gathered up his pig showing clothes after a weekend at the

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Larry Dreiling

Larry Dreiling

Farm safety is everyone's business


By Larry Dreiling Yes, your friendly farm editor with a desire to keep you safe is back at it again with another reminder about

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Jennifer Carrico

Jennifer Carrico

Moser takes on new role with Angus


By Jennifer Carrico The American Angus Association has named Dan Moser as the new president of Angus Genetics Inc. and the Association director of

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Doug Rich

Doug Rich

Hereford breeders gather for genetic summit


By Doug Rich Hereford breeders gathered in Springfield, Missouri, Sept. 4 and 5, to discuss the future of their breed and its place in

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Trent Loos

Trent Loos

I am not flocking you


By Trent Loos The only thing worse than misleading the public about modern farming methods is doing so in the name of helping farmers.

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Jerry Nine

Jerry Nine

Busy season heading into fall


By Jerry Nine (Sept. 17)—Wheat planting is in full swing. It seemed like the wheat germinated and came up quicker this year than most

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