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Ag News Headlines
  • APH unlikely for 2015 crop year, Vilsack says
  • 28th Annual Flint Hills Beef Fest
  • Improvements start with tough questions, then a plan
  • Making it work for land and livestock owners in a grazing lease
  • Reps. Costa and Crawford prepare for WTO ruling on COOL rule
  • Speaker reflects on drought in southeastern Colorado, other states
  • K-State cropping systems field day planned for Aug. 28
  • Corn, bean prices likely to drop
  • Historic farm bill funding available to organic producers and handlers
  • Start of 2014 shows expected increases for future ag lending
  • Establish a plan with your vet before PEDv strikes
  • Who'll report the rain?
  • Study claims beef worse for environment than pork, poultry
  • Duplicating deliciousness Researchers clone cattle with high quality carcasses

  • News

    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]

    K-State cropping systems field day planned for Aug. 28

    Farmers, ranchers and anyone interested in how crops are grown in southwest Kansas can hear the latest in key research findings at Kansas State University’s Southwest Resea [Read More]

    MU researchers explore inter-seeding cover crops

    Planting cover crops is a time-sensitive activity. That’s why agriculture specialists with University of Missouri Extension are researching inter-seeding cover crops into corn and soyb [Read More]

    Delivering consistent quality: Italian team examined U.S. HRS crop

    Pizza is an Italian specialty, but the secret ingredient may be U.S. hard red spring (HRS) wheat. In fact, Italy is Europe’s largest importer of U.S [Read More]

    Get the latest in agriculture at Graves-Chapple in Rock Port

    More than a century ago, the Smith-Lever Act was signed to help extend university-based research and knowledge beyond the college campus. Now all 114 Missouri c [Read More]

    August Field Days focus on switchgrass as bioenergy feedstock

    It’s not uncommon for farms to have troublesome areas where corn and soybean yields don’t quite measure up due to various physical features because of their v [Read More]

    First Oklahoma Irrigation Conference scheduled Aug. 19

    By Sean Hubbard Communications Specialist Oklahoma State University There is no better learning opportunity than experience and brainstorming ideas from those with si [Read More]

    Verma honored with academic leadership award

    Lalit Verma, head of Biological and Agricultural Engineering for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, has been honored by American Society of Agricultural and Biological [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]

    Additional Headlines

    Historic farm bill funding available to organic producers and handlers

    Corn, bean prices likely to drop

    Food safety tips for shoppers at farmers markets

    New USDA Conservation Partnership Program receives nearly 600 initial proposals

    Dry July could have capped crop yield estimates; be wary of yield formulas, MU agronomist warns

    Gary Smith returns to Colorado State University as special advisor, visiting professor

    Going under cover with crops

    K-State releases new wheat variety

    Study finds benefits to burning Flint Hills prairie in fall and winter

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

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

    High Plains cotton generally in good shape, but rain needed soon

    2014 Wheat Planting Decision Meetings announced

    Cotton Transition Assistance Program enrollment begins

    K-State Weed Science Team wins regional contest

    Oklahoma ag education receives national recognition

    Responding to wheat production challenges: sawfly, virus, weeds

    Winners announced for 2014 Kansas Wheat Yield Contest

    Kansas State University's Kun Yan Zhu honored

    Plan now for stockpiling tall fescue

    Misener Family Harvesters: Mountains of Oklahoma

    Osowski Ag Service: Final days in Hemingford

    Roland Harvesting wrapping up Nebraska harvest

    Z Crew: Weekend work

    The Cotton Board to recommend $80 million budget to Secretary of Agriculture

    K-State's Freddie Lamm honored for work in subsurface drip irrigation for field crops

    UNL Extension provides precision ag and soil, water in-field training

    Commodity commission candidates sought; Nov. 30 filing deadline

    Russia hits back on sanctions; bans food from West


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