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Ag News Headlines
  • 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
  • USDA issues Average Crop Revenue Election payments
  • Cellulosic ethanol plant receives red-carpet opening
  • ASA responds as WTO issues COOL ruling; calls on USDA to suspend COOL rule
  • United States wins WTO trade enforcement dispute for American farmers
  • Cattlemen aid South Dakota with heifers after Atlas storm
  • CoBank report: Transitions are ahead for rural businesses
  • U.S. biodiesel industry challenges EU trade barriers, seeks end to unfair duties on biodiesel
  • ASA welcomes USDA deregulation of Enlist Duo 2,4-D-resistant soybeans
  • USDA to launch APH yield exclusion for 2015 spring crops; hard winter wheat still out
  • Crop prices to see slow recovery, FAPRI report says
  • Not too late to plant wheat, but risks increase with delays


  • News

    Mask joins IIAD as assistant professor and extension specialist

    Joe Mask, Ph.D., joined the Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases (IIAD), a Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Center of Excellence [Read More]

    Nov. 15 deadline for annual ASI awards

    Nov. 15 marks the deadline for the submission of nominations for the annual American Sheep Industry Association (ASI) awards program. Three award categories are available for nomination: The McClure Sil [Read More]

    Gelbvieh breeders recognized for superior females

    Each fall the American Gelbvieh Association (AGA) honors females in the herdbook that display maternal superiority through the Dam of Merit and Dam of Distinction program. The AGA pr [Read More]

    Junior Red Angus members gear up for Young Stockman Program

    Junior Red Angus members across the country are preparing themselves as the Red Angus Young Stockman Program draws near. This two-day program includes field trips [Read More]

    AABP Foundation, Zoetis award scholarships to 15 veterinary students

    Fifteen veterinary students from across the nation have received the AABP Foundation—Zoetis veterinary student scholarships to support their car [Read More]

    2015 Extreme Mustang Makeover schedule announced

    Wild horse training events will reach coast to coast in 2015. The Mustang Heritage Foundation has 11 events planned in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse & Bu [Read More]

    NSC and ACTH--Double trouble in the fall

    By Juliet M. Getty, Ph.D. Horses are more likely to suffer from laminitis in the fall than any other time of year. Two reasons—high NSC (non-structural carbohydrates) from cooler nighttime temper [Read More]

    Gov. Perry appoints IIAD director to Texas Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Respons

    Gov. Rick Perry recently announced the creation of the Texas Task Force on Inf [Read More]

    Fall sales dates scheduled for OQBN

    By Leilana McKindra Dates and locations are set for annual fall sales featuring Oklahoma Quality Beef Network (OQBN) certified cattle. OQBN will return to Cherokee Livestock (Oct. 29) and Elk City Livestock [Read More]

    New Red Angus Board of Directors elected

    Each year, members of the Red Angus Association of America (RAAA) elect their fellow breeders to serve the RAAA and continue to advance its mission. This year, members elected Kim Ford, Bertrand, Nebr [Read More]


    Additional Headlines

    Bobbie Frank honored with the Kurt Bucholz Conservation Award

    Hutchinson Community College livestock judging team starts season

    Herd breeding program decisions are among the topics at Nebraska State of Beef Conference

    Factors that affect percentage of cows cycling during breeding

    Are persistently infected cattle in your herd?

    Drought-stricken ranchers and farmers have more time to replace livestock

    New look and feel for MyBeefCheckoff.com

    NSIIC accepting proposals for two separate grant programs

    32 U.S. senators sign letter encouraging members to keep COOL

    Steadfast demand, sales growth for CAB

    Acclimating calves is important first step

    Five Nations Beef Alliance meeting concludes with statement on Trans-Pacific partnership

    Dairy should remain profitable in 2015

    Lower feed costs, less production lead to record livestock prices

    Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation announces Nebraska Cattlemen Beef State Scholarship

    State cattle groups ask ag secretary not to create second beef checkoff

    USCA conducts annual membership meeting; elects new slate of officers

    Colorado Cattlemen tell USDA: Don't hijack our checkoff

    Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust earns continued national recognition

    Show-Me-Select fall heifer sales attract record numbers, MU specialists report

    Six land-grant universities launch animal ag industry climate change website

    Calving cows will need more nutrients than regrowing pastures

    Managing the herd when pasture is limited

    North American Championship Rodeo scheduled for Nov. 13, 14 and 15 at North American International L

    Jim Gerrish to be featured forage speaker at 2014 Missouri Livestock Symposium

    High beef prices continue as inventories are low

    South Dakota Stockgrowers vow to defend COOL

    UW sophomore joins National Beef Ambassador Team

    Winter calf barn ventilation 101

    NMSU's Corona Center hosts symposium on mineral nutrition for cattle

    NMSU Rio Arriba County Extension to host beef emporium

    Ranchers hear key factors to growing forage at rebuilding beef herd symposium

    Blach returning to KLA Convention for popular outlook session

    KLA contends COOL adds costs

    Young Stockmen's Academy tours all industry segments

     




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