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Ag News Headlines
  • Twin-row planting may help increase production
  • Missouri House recognizes dairy plight
  • Oklahomans celebrate 125th anniversary of land run
  • Registration now open for regional National Mastitis Council meeting
  • BNSF executive comes to address grain industry
  • Farm Bill Explanation Tour scheduled at 5 locations
  • USCA submits fiscal year 2015 appropriations comments
  • New Focus on Soybean webcasts cover drone technology, no-till
  • A new probiotic improves pig health, reduces manure output
  • Organize financial records in case of emergency
  • Winterkill a concern across Kansas
  • Upcoming 'Full Circle--an Aging Expo' planned in Hays
  • Rural Mainstreet economic index falls in March
  • AgriLife Extension expert: Complicated farm bill will take homework by producers

  • Technology

    Tactic for pasteurizing raw eggs kills salmonella, doesn't harm egg quality

    By Marcia Wood Agricultural Research Service Classic Caesar salad, old-fashioned eggnog, some homemade ice cream—and many othe [Read More]

    USDA provides farm bill funding for pest, disease management programs

    U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced the allocation of $48.1 million, provided by the Agricultural Act of 2014, to p [Read More]

    Scientists develop new way to make food ingredient from rice bran oil

    Some of today’s popular baked goods might tomorrow contain a butter-like extract, derived from rice bran oil, as a partial replacement for mar [Read More]

    New Focus on Soybean webcasts cover drone technology, no-till

    Whether farmers adopt cutting-edge technology like drone aircraft or time-tested, low-technology management practices like no-till, the goal is roughly the sa [Read More]

    Research progress outlined for Iowa Nutrient Research Center

    Progress is being made on 10 projects funded through the Iowa Nutrient Research Center at Iowa State University. The center was established in 2013 by the Iowa [Read More]

    New reference book lists uses, origins of important plants

    A new reference book written by a U.S. Department of Agriculture scientist and his university colleague should prove to be an invaluable resource for researchers, p [Read More]

    Peanut breakthrough involved Texas A&M AgriLife scientists

    By Steve Byrns Texas A&M AgriLife Research A Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientist said the recent release of the first peanut genome sequences to the public by [Read More]


     




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