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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

    25 years of success--KARL is Kansas leadership based and global in reach

    By Jack Lindquist Director of KARL Graduate Program The Kansas Agriculture and Rural Leadership Program (KARL) roots run deep in past [Read More]

    Matt Miles now first Arkansas soybean grower to repeat with 100 bushels per acre twice

    Matt Miles of McGehee has become the first Arkansas grower to break the 100-bushel per-acre barrier two year [Read More]

    Governor appoints two new representatives to Nebraska Wheat Board

    Gov. Dave Heinemann recently appointed Bob Delsing of Hemingford, Nebraska, and Steve Wiese of Wilber, Nebraska, as directors for Districts 1 and 6 re [Read More]

    Best water management under limited irrigation

    By Katie Allen K-State Research and Extension Getting the most value out of irrigation water is likely on the minds of many Kansas farmers. As groundwater supplies diminish, pumping rate [Read More]

    Master Marketer Program to begin in January in Amarillo

    By Kay Ledbetter AgriLifeToday Agriculture producers must develop better marketing skills to improve their bottom line in times of greater market price volatility, and [Read More]

    Sherrie Miles joins husband as 100-bushel bean repeat

    Sherrie Miles recently became the second Arkansas soybean grower to break the 100-bushel-per acre barrier in two straight years—just a week after her husband Matt became the [Read More]

    Cold snap may have nipped Kansas sorghum, soybeans more than corn

    By Mary Lou Peter K-State Research and Extension From time to time over the past few months it seemed like fall was trying to crowd out summer, and [Read More]

    USDA implements new farm bill provision for peanut producers

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently announced a new peanut revenue policy that will be available for eligible peanut producers. The policy, appro [Read More]

    Commodity commission deadline approaching

    Western Kansas wheat farmers have a unique opportunity to provide direction for one of Kansas’ most important industries, through the 2015 Kansas commodity commission elections. Growers interested [Read More]

    Congested railways may not clear up until 2016

    By Doug Rich Hobos have a better chance of catching a freight train out of the upper Midwest these days than a load of grain headed for export markets on the coast. Congestion on the rail [Read More]


    Additional Headlines

    Philippine trade team visits Kansas Wheat

    Sorghum and Millet Innovation Lab announces selected projects

    USDA and Montana State University Extension announce 2014 farm bill meetings in 28 Montana communiti

    Exempt well registration offers spacing protection

    Soy buyers prefer predictability of U.S. shipments

    Tool helps track insects blowing in the wind

    Colorado Conservation Tillage Association offers scholarship

    NMSU researchers address water sustainability for viable farming

    Soil mapping study shows data to help corn producers

    Updated grass field guide available, creates funds for UW Range Club

    The perfect pairing: Fall and Minnesota winery tours

    Pressure expected for corn and soybean prices

    NAWG Vice President Blankenship calls for more biotech wheat research

    USDA announces measures to help farmers diversify weed control efforts

    Ergonomics among topics at Nov. 7 to 8 women in ag program

    Harvest exemption approved for grain haulers

    Next Heuermann Lecture to focus on importance of ag communications

    Iowa leads USDA's list of top 100 ag co-ops

    First recipient named for the Fraley-Borlaug Scholars in plant science

    Nebraska state senators and public power CEOs to address wind and solar power opportunities

    Nebraska third on USDA's list of top 100 ag co-ops

    Panhandle farm bill workshops scheduled

    Soy, livestock and biodiesel go together on World Food Day and every day

    A trifecta of water-planning tools

    Not too late to plant wheat, but risks increase with delays

    Popular organic tradeshow and conference sponsorship spots available for 2015 Minnesota Organic Conf

    Farmers face critical farm bill decisions; four MU November meetings offer help

    South Dakota participates in international trade summit

    UW entomology professor's book about rise of insects creates buzz

    North Central Steel Co. now a dealer for Sea Minerals FA

    Colorado Crop Clinic scheduled Nov. 18 to 19

    ISU corn stover training paying off for Iowa small businesses and startup companies

    Farmers fret as wet October hampers harvest; forecast calls for less rain but slower drying

    USDA designates Otero County in Colorado as a primary natural disaster area

    Crop prices to see slow recovery, FAPRI report says

    Established business, Quality Structures, Inc. receives the status of Accredited Post-Frame Builder

    South Dakota tractor collector group donates $50,000 to state fair foundation

    2014 World Food Prize honors wheat researcher

    Ag foundation to hold annual meeting Nov. 19

    USDA to launch APH yield exclusion for 2015 spring crops; hard winter wheat still out

    Former FSA director indicted for unauthorized release of $300,000 in disaster payments

    NRCS announces deadline for EQIP funding in Kansas

    NMSU honors Los Lunas employee with 'A' Mountain Staff Award

     




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