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ISSUE DATE: 04/28/2008

Farmer plans similar crop for 2008

The recently released USDA crop report has made many farmers anxious to see if their planting decisions for the coming year are in line with what the entire industry is doing.

Southwest Iowa farmer Darrel McAlexander says his operation won't change much from recent years since he raises specialty crops.


NEWS

Accidents at disease lab acknowledged
AFBF- Clean water amendment expands federal reach
Ag secretary- 'We have never been less secure' about wheat
Arkansas governor favors tougher animal-cruelty law
Balancing trade
Beef Board officers live on RFD-TV
Canola field tour near Gypsum May 6
Cattle Buyers' Summits set for Montana, Tennessee, Nebraska
Cattlemen's program focused on beef quality assurance
Commissioner Staples honors more than 100 historic farms and ranches
CSP includes wildlife enhancement actions
CSP- Pesticide and nutrient management, Air and water quality enhancement
Every day an AgriLife 'Earth Day'
FAPC to host National Value-Added Agriculture Conference
Farmer plans similar crop for 2008
Federal funding change putting state forest services at risk
Fever tick quarantine enlarged in Starr County; reduced in Dimm
Field day dates set for MU Ag Experiment Station
FSA announces adjustments to CRP burning requirements
Geisert named superintendent of MU Thompson Farm
Governor signs proclamations for Nebraska poultry industry
Grass and Gain Field Day slated for May 15 at Miller
Hardware disease from tires an issue for livestock
Hedgehogs got milk?
Highly unusual rainfall, saturated conditions to blame for flooding
Horn named NU Panhandle Alumni of Year
House approves "green" amendment
House passes one-week farm law extension
Industry groups reverse position, back total downer cow ban
Iowa beef producers on trade mission to Mexico
ISU ag school enrollment booms, follows farm economy
Judge halts Tyson antibiotic-free advertising
Kansas City area children to get a taste of agriculture through pizza
Kansas students relate to agriculture through art
Landowners can catch pond management tips at April 30 program
Lannie old-fashioned out, contemporary in
Let's get with it on tree orders
LMA's donation to Kiowa County 4-H aimed at helping restore county fairgrounds
Manure entrepreneurs turn brown to green
Members, groups protest misplaced farm bill spending priorities
Missouri "crown jewel" for spring turkey hunting
Missouri officials spar with corps over soil dumping in river
Missourians should take safety precautions if more record heavy
Nationally known grazing expert in Victoria May 13 and 14 for g
Nation's newest wineries popping up in non-traditional places
Nebraska Corn Board- Oil company profits have big impact on food prices
New era of leadership?
New system improves operation productivity
Norton teacher honored with 2008 Teacher of the Year award
NWGA seeks urban family to participate in harvest tour
Oklahoma Farm Bureau to partner with OACD to celebrate Stewardship Week
Opposition surfaces to farm bill proposal
Pasture, range conditions rated mostly poor to fair
Plant flowers!
Product offers postemergence weed control
Rabbits aren't the only guys that love fresh greens
Scientists pit bacteria against fungi to protect wheat
Seminar on oil, gas leasing issues
Seoul agrees to resume U.S. beef imports
South St. Paul stockyard to hold final auction
Spinal column found in U.S. beef shipment
St. Joseph feeder pigs
Summer graduate courses, scholarships offered for educators
Testing shows brucellosis in Park County elk
The load too heavy
The real scoop on soil for Earth Day
The short end
Thirteen new agritourism businesses register with state
Three calves born to Kansas cow
Ticket outlets give fans alternatives
Tips for growing asparagus
Tractor safety course for teens
Trade agreements shouldn't be game pieces
Tyson Foods will close York plant and cut 110 jobs
Upcoming KSU ag events
Upcoming KSU horticultural events
USGC- U.S. barley a major player in Japan, despite limited supp
Volunteer honored for work on children's garden
Watch out for poisonous plants in pastures
What bad things lurk inside ..... protozoa????!!

CROPS

Accidents at disease lab acknowledged
AFBF- Clean water amendment expands federal reach
Bids sharply lower; wheat pressured by other grains
Both topsoil, subsoil moisture levels improve
Canola field tour near Gypsum May 6
Commissioner Staples honors more than 100 historic farms and ranches
Delayed corn planting, problems with dandelions
Despite demand, hay trade still slow
Drier conditions help field work begin early in week, but more
Fall-applied nitrogen on cornfields likely still there despite rain
FAPC to host National Value-Added Agriculture Conference
Farmer plans similar crop for 2008
Fever tick quarantine enlarged in Starr County; reduced in Dimm
Field day dates set for MU Ag Experiment Station
Grain market close
Grass and Gain Field Day slated for May 15 at Miller
Higher price of glyphosate herbicide makes pre-emergence chemicals cost competitive
Highly unusual rainfall, saturated conditions to blame for flooding
Horn named NU Panhandle Alumni of Year
ISU ag school enrollment booms, follows farm economy
Kansas City area children to get a taste of agriculture through pizza
Members, groups protest misplaced farm bill spending priorities
Missouri officials spar with corps over soil dumping in river
Missourians should take safety precautions if more record heavy
Most hay sales remain steady to firm
Nebraska Corn Board- Oil company profits have big impact on food prices
NWGA seeks urban family to participate in harvest tour
Oklahoma Farm Bureau to partner with OACD to celebrate Stewardship Week
Pioneer to treat its new soybean varieties with CruiserMaxx Bea
Prevent peach leaf curl
Product offers postemergence weed control
Record rains in neighboring states again shows the importance of maintaining Oklahoma's flood contr
Scientists pit bacteria against fungi to protect wheat
Seminar on oil, gas leasing issues
Spring field work well under way
Spring wheat and corn planting begin
The real scoop on soil for Earth Day
The short end
Tractor safety course for teens
Triticum Mosaic Virus adds new wrinkle to wheat disease picture
Watch out for poisonous plants in pastures
Wet weather continues to hamper fieldwork

LIVESTOCK

Aberdeen cattle sales report
Accidents at disease lab acknowledged
Ada livestock sales report
AFBF- Clean water amendment expands federal reach
Amarillo livestock auction
American Angus Association honors the Roland F. Anderjaska fami
Apache livestock sales report
Arkansas governor favors tougher animal-cruelty law
Arkansas livestock auction summary
Beef Board officers live on RFD-TV
Cattle Buyers' Summits set for Montana, Tennessee, Nebraska
Cattle on feed numbers released
Cattlemen's program focused on beef quality assurance
Clovis livestock sales report
Colorado feeder cattle sales
Commissioner Staples honors more than 100 historic farms and ranches
Dalhart cattle sales report
Denison feeder cattle sale
Dodge City livestock sales report
Dunlap livestock sales report
Faith livestock sales report
FAPC to host National Value-Added Agriculture Conference
Fever tick quarantine enlarged in Starr County; reduced in Dimm
Field day dates set for MU Ag Experiment Station
Georgia cattle auction summary
Goldthwaite sheep sale
Governor signs proclamations for Nebraska poultry industry
Grass and Gain Field Day slated for May 15 at Miller
Hardware disease from tires an issue for livestock
High Plains slaughter news
Horn named NU Panhandle Alumni of Year
Industry groups reverse position, back total downer cow ban
Iowa beef producers on trade mission to Mexico
ISU ag school enrollment booms, follows farm economy
Joplin regional cattle sales
Joplin regional livestock sales
Judge halts Tyson antibiotic-free advertising
Kansas City area children to get a taste of agriculture through pizza
Lexington livestock sales
LMA's donation to Kiowa County 4-H aimed at helping restore county fairgrounds
Manure entrepreneurs turn brown to green
McAlester livestock auction report
Members, groups protest misplaced farm bill spending priorities
Missourians should take safety precautions if more record heavy
North Arkansas livestock auction report
OKC West livestock auction report
Oklahoma Farm Bureau to partner with OACD to celebrate Stewardship Week
Pratt 3 p.m. cattle sales
Pratt livestock sales report
Presho livestock sales report
Salina livestock sales report
Seminar on oil, gas leasing issues
Seoul agrees to resume U.S. beef imports
Sioux Falls sheep sales
South Central direct sheep
South St. Paul stockyard to hold final auction
Spinal column found in U.S. beef shipment
St. Joseph feeder pigs
Supplemental feeding of livestock prevalent
Testing shows brucellosis in Park County elk
Texhoma livestock auction
The load too heavy
The real scoop on soil for Earth Day
The short end
Three calves born to Kansas cow
Tractor safety course for teens
Tulia livestock sales report
Tulsa livestock auction report
Tyson Foods will close York plant and cut 110 jobs
Watertown feeder cattle sale
West Plains regional sales report
Woodward livestock auction report
Wyobraska livestock auction report

EDITOR

Year end tax planning

COLUMNS

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Screw Adjust for Case New Holland planters

MARKETS

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RANGE

Year end tax planning

FAMILY

Parents and anger
Plant flowers!
Prevent peach leaf curl
Rabbits aren't the only guys that love fresh greens
Who knew vegging out could taste so great?

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