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  • 2014 U.S. agricultural exports setting new record
  • Kansas Cattlemen committed to COOL
  • U.S. Court of Appeals denies motion for rehearing in COOL lawsuit
  • U.S. Canola Association signs letter to Department of Transportation
  • New farm bill workshops scheduled for farmers
  • Iowa farmer setting a trend with sorghum
  • USDA to provide $4 million for honey bee habitat
  • USDA extends dairy Margin Protection Program deadlines
  • NCBA and PLC tell EPA: Don't drown land owners in regulatory flood
  • Pork industry launches audit to ensure animal care
  • Drought research has a ring of truth
  • 2014 farm bill information meetings scheduled
  • EPA review board finds 'strong scientific support' for water rule
  • FSA, Division of Ag offer farm bill workshops for Arkansas crop producers


  • News

    KLA contends COOL adds costs

    The World Trade Organization announced recently that mandatory U.S. country-of-origin labeling violates international trade rules by discriminating against Canadian and Mexican livestock. According to NCBA President Bob McCa [Read More]

    Global food targets attainable

    By Jacqui Fatka Are we on course to sustainably feed the 9 billion people who will be on this planet by 2050? “I say no, but we can get back on track,” University of Nebraska agronomy professor Ken Cassman told attend [Read More]

    El Niño development stalled out, but cool, wet winter still predicted

    By Robert Burns Though this year’s El Niño is now predicted to be a weak one, it still spells more a chance of a wet, cool winter for most [Read More]

    Kansas officials ask EPA to retract waters of the U.S. proposal

    Gov. Sam Brownback, Kansas Ag Secretary Jackie McClaskey and Kansas Department of Health and Environment Secretary Bob Moser signed and sent a letter rece [Read More]

    MCA files comments on EPA, Corps water rule

    The Missouri Cattlemen’s Association recently submitted comments to the Environmental Protection and the Army Corps of Engineers regarding the Waters of the United States proposal. MCA made clea [Read More]

    USCA statement on beef checkoff announcement by USDA

    The following statement may be attributed to United States Cattlemen’s Association Vice President, Chuck Kiker: “USCA applauds the announcement by the U.S. Department of Agric [Read More]

    Coverage selection for new 2014 farm bill safety net programs begins

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture reminds farm owners and producers the opportunity to choose between the new 2014 farm bill established progra [Read More]

    Oklahoma Farm Bureau submits comments on proposed WOTUS rule

    Oklahoma Farm Bureau submitted comments recently in response to the Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers proposed rule to define “wa [Read More]

    U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance names winners in Faces of Farming and Ranching program

    The U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance recently announced the winners of its second class of the Faces o [Read More]

    Farm income declines, boosting load demand

    By Nathan Kauffman Omaha Branch Executive and Economist and Maria Akers Associate Economist Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City In the third quarter of 2014, agricultural bankers in the Tenth [Read More]


    Additional Headlines

    Missouri AgrAbility funded for four more years

    Poll: Rural Nebraskans can't always get what they need

    Burn permits open within the Black Hills Fire Protection District

    Farm bill sign-up takes hard decisions for crop coverage, meetings explain

    Farm Bureau delivers comments calling for EPA to drop proposal

    FSA Microloan Cap grows to $50,000

    Gov. Hickenlooper announces retirement of Agriculture Commissioner John Salazar

    ASA to EPA: Withdraw Waters of the United States rule

    Food industry leaders meet at Capitol to discuss food and ag issues

    Kansans explore cattle marketing opportunities in South America

    ASA welcomes Rep. Mike Conaway as House Agriculture Committee Chairman

    Nebraska Community Foundation celebrates 20 years

    NRCS seeks public comments on Conservation Stewardship Program interim rule

     




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