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Ag News Headlines
  • Pre-Plant Wheat School Aug. 6
  • Hay situation good in east, southeast, iffy in others
  • Kansas idea feeds 3 billion
  • Control honey locust trees in no-till crop fields
  • Drought and poor wheat harvest in Kansas has effects on national economy
  • Climate change provides good growing conditions for charcoal rot in soybeans
  • Momentum remains strong for U.S. pork, beef exports
  • USDA continues farm bill implementation with provisions to help farmers manage risk
  • Ethanol sector wages outpace other Nebraska industries
  • Conservation helps rare butterfly
  • Quarter-scale tractor teams score high at international competition
  • Canola showcased at College Station field day
  • The next-to-last place any farmer should visit is here
  • Brownback pushes back on "federal overreach"


  • News

    Ethanol sector wages outpace other Nebraska industries

    Over the last decade, wages earned in Nebraska’s ethanol production sector outpaced all other manufacturing groups in state, according to the Nebraska Department of Labor’s [Read More]

    USDA continues farm bill implementation with provisions to help farmers manage risk

    Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announced continued progress in implementing provisions of the 2014 farm bill [Read More]

    4-H members reach 10,000-hour hunger service goal, keep going

    Last year, 4-H members across Missouri contributed more than 10,500 hours of service to fighting hunger in their communities. Missouri 4-H clubs and individua [Read More]

    Study finds commercial banks meeting needs of ag borrowers

    The Independent Community Bankers of America on July 2 highlighted new findings that commercial banks continue meeting the credit needs of agricultural borrowers an [Read More]

    MU offers risk management programs for livestock producers

    The University of Missouri Extension and the USDA’s Risk Management Agency will offer four free livestock risk management programs across the state this summer. Th [Read More]

    Attorney General Chris Koster backs Farming Rights Amendment

    Missouri Cattlemen’s Association Vice President Keith Stevens commended Attorney General Chris Koster for backing the Farming Rights Amendment (Amendment 1), wh [Read More]

    USDA awards funds to promote development of rural wood to energy projects

    Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announced the award of more than $2.5 million in grants to develop wood energy teams in 11 states [Read More]

    LaPolice out to challenge incumbent

    By Larry Dreiling Editor’s note: High Plains Journal is taking a look at the Big First primary between two-term incumbent Tim Huelskamp, once a member of the House Ag Committee, and his challenger, Alan LaPoli [Read More]

    Aging Oklahoma dam infrastructure slated for upgrades

    Communities across Oklahoma will benefit from a $26 million investment to upgrade dams that provide critical infrastructure and protect public health and safety. National, s [Read More]

    Oklahoma firefighters assisting in western wildfires

    Wildfires in the western United States are in the news, and Oklahoma Forestry Services personnel are being asked to assist. The National Interagency Coordination Center mobiliz [Read More]


    Additional Headlines

    Quarter-scale tractor teams score high at international competition

    Conservation helps rare butterfly

    Black gold pumps green into economy

    Momentum remains strong for U.S. pork, beef exports

    USDA to invest in Red River Basin conservation effort

    Climate change provides good growing conditions for charcoal rot in soybeans

    Basic Prescribed Fire Training up and running online

    Drought and poor wheat harvest in Kansas has effects on national economy

    Funding from USDA-NRCS available to assist with storm-damaged crops

    National park tourism in Kansas creates $4.1M in economic benefit

    Scientists complete chromosome-based draft of the wheat genome

    New method distinguishes yellow perch females from males

    USDA announces funding availability for Farm Labor Housing loans and grants

    Nomination deadline nears for Farm Service Agency county committees

    How's the air out there on the farm?

     






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