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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


  • Farm Bill

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

    USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) State Executive Director Bruce Nelson, USDA R [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]

    Answering the call: Kansas State University to host 15 farm bill meetings

    By Mary Lou Peter K-State Research and Extension Farmers are faced with some of the most important decisions of their working live [Read More]

    Panhandle farm bill workshops scheduled

    University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension and the USDA Farm Service Agency are teaming up to provide educational meetings about the 2014 farm bill. Workshop times and locations: Box Butte County—Nov. 2 [Read More]

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

    Four meetings will be held in November to explain the decisions required of all participants in USDA farm bill programs. [Read More]

    Web tool can help farmers make farm bill decisions

    When farmers choose one of the 2014 farm bill’s safety-net programs this winter, they are locked in for the next four years. A new online tool can help them evaluate which program [Read More]

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

    By Larry Dreiling Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack Oct. 21 announced the implementation of a new farm bil [Read More]

    Second round of farm bill meetings coming to the Panhandle

    By Kay Ledbetter AgriLife Extension Farmers and landowners in the Panhandle will have an opportunity to learn more about the 2014 farm bill Nov. 3 through Dec. [Read More]


     




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