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ISSUE DATE: 07/07/2008

Twenty tears later--Hard white wheat's demise is a mere exaggeration

"The report of my death was an exaggeration," wrote Mark Twain in an 1897 note to a London correspondent to the New York Journal over a dozen years prior to his ultimate demise.

The same might be said about the ruin of the hard white wheat industry, if you listen to its supporters.


NEWS

AFBF- Weather damaged crop costs top $8 billion
Air monitoring helps anticipate possible ecosystem changes
American Corn Growers address current corn supply issues, Midwest flooding
Antioxidants in fruit naturally good for you and tasty, too
Apache cattle sales report
Bee careful when using pesticides in the garden
Biotech wheat to ease world food shortage
Bison industry in U.S. recruits ranchers as prices rise
Brand board names chief inspector
Brucellosis tests continue in Mont.; no new cases reported
Carbon may be a cash "crop" for producers
Cattlemen open flooding relief effort
Center for Beef Excellence seeks executive director
Cleveland County 4-H'ers gear up for 4-H Centennial County and State Fairs
Cleveland County 4-Hers prepare for trip to Washington, D. C.
Colorado welcomes Brazilian wheat trade team
Committee examines impact of rail issues on rural businesses, family farms
Corn replanting carries major risks, says ISU agronomist
County fair is like harvest
Crop progress behind normal
Crops make strides in growth
CRP emergency grazing approved for Hamilton, Morton and Stevens counties
CRP haying and grazing good for farmers, ranchers, waterfowl
Dalhart cattle sales report
Dodge City livestock sales report
Drier weather brings farmers to the fields
Drought conditions making it difficult for crops, livestock
EU relaxes beef import restrictions for Brazil, Argentina
Extension leadership program announces new class
FAPC hosts National Value-Added Ag Conference
Farmers can save on crop insurance with modified corn
Fifth annual access tour proves to be successful
FSA emergency loans available
Ft. Smith livestock auction report
Governor Ritter seeks federal drought relief
Grain market close
Grain Sorghum Board seeks to fill vacancies
Hay trade mixed across area
Hay trading active
HCC ag teams place second at NACTA competition
Help available to farmers and ranchers with disabilities
Hickory Creek Watershed protection workshop offered in Denton C
High Plains slaughter news
High prices mean times tough in rural New Mexico
Higher grain, fuel costs send Tyson Foods to $5m loss
Host families needed for 4-H Japanese Exchange
Husband's surprise starts llama ranch
IFBF asks Congress for livestock, grain farmer assistance in wake of floods
IFBF launches online tool for farmers, rural residents impacted by floods of 2008
Iowa man traveling to West Coast on horseback
Key to successful, healthy lawn is mowing properly
Kiowa County accepts $2.2 million from Rural Development for courthouse renovation
Licensed applicators help protect trees and the environment
McAlester livestock market report
Meat safety- It all works out in the wash
Moisture varies across state
More moisture needed across state
MU to host five-state viticulture field day July 28
Nebraska Beef recalls about 532,000 pounds of beef
Nebraska Soybean Board ballots due July 31
NEFU, Loup Basin RC&D to hold meeting
New era of high expenses focus of 2008 Beef Cattle Short Course
Oklahoma marketman Bobby Smith takes reins at LMA
Pathogen genes targeted in studies to protect salad veggies
Proper maintenance contributes to windbreak efficiency
Protect yourself, livestock from black fly infestation
Ranching workshop aimed at improving wildlife habitat
Rangeland management
Rolling Stones rocker calls for more agriculture, nature education
Sandhills chant helps Nebraskan become World Champion
Simple steps can prevent water, flood damage in homes
Soil moisture conditions remain mostly adequate
Some parts of state receive moisture
South Korea decides to implement deal to resume U.S. beef import in late June
Springfield dairy cattle sale
Test results clear northwest Kansas wheat
Tulia livestock sales report
U.S. pork exports jump 200 percent in 10 years
U.S. ranchers happy to see added foreign market
Unusual happening reflects skills of 4-H wool judgers
USDA honors San Isabel Land Protection Trust
USDA releases crop acreage report
USDA report assesses 2008 corn, soybean acreage
West Plains cattle sales
Wyobraska cattle sales report
Yeast gives rise to new concept- Cell fuel is "brains" behind division

CROPS

AFBF- Weather damaged crop costs top $8 billion
Air monitoring helps anticipate possible ecosystem changes
American Corn Growers address current corn supply issues, Midwest flooding
Bee careful when using pesticides in the garden
Biotech wheat to ease world food shortage
Carbon may be a cash "crop" for producers
Cleveland County 4-H'ers gear up for 4-H Centennial County and State Fairs
Colorado welcomes Brazilian wheat trade team
Committee examines impact of rail issues on rural businesses, family farms
Companies announce new sunflower trait
Corn replanting carries major risks, says ISU agronomist
County fair is like harvest
Crop progress behind normal
Crops make strides in growth
CRP emergency grazing approved for Hamilton, Morton and Stevens counties
CRP haying and grazing good for farmers, ranchers, waterfowl
Drier weather brings farmers to the fields
Drought conditions making it difficult for crops, livestock
FAPC hosts National Value-Added Ag Conference
Farmers can save on crop insurance with modified corn
Fifth annual access tour proves to be successful
FSA emergency loans available
Governor Ritter seeks federal drought relief
Grain market close
Grain Sorghum Board seeks to fill vacancies
Hay trade mixed across area
Hay trading active
HCC ag teams place second at NACTA competition
Help available to farmers and ranchers with disabilities
Hickory Creek Watershed protection workshop offered in Denton C
Host families needed for 4-H Japanese Exchange
Licensed applicators help protect trees and the environment
Moisture varies across state
More moisture needed across state
More rain needed to improve rangelands
MU to host five-state viticulture field day July 28
NDA funds specialty crop block grants
NDA reminds producers to be mindful of fungicide labeling
Nebraska Soybean Board ballots due July 31
NEFU, Loup Basin RC&D to hold meeting
New era of high expenses focus of 2008 Beef Cattle Short Course
Oklahoma wheat stocks up 13 percent from last year
Proper maintenance contributes to windbreak efficiency
Rangeland management
Rolling Stones rocker calls for more agriculture, nature education
Soil moisture conditions remain mostly adequate
Some parts of state receive moisture
Test results clear northwest Kansas wheat
Twenty tears later-- Hard white wheat's demise is a mere exaggeration
USDA honors San Isabel Land Protection Trust
USDA releases crop acreage report
USDA report assesses 2008 corn, soybean acreage
Weather presses wheat bids
Wheat scab widespread in Missouri; wet weather to blame

LIVESTOCK

Ada livestock sales report
ALB makes key decision at June meeting- Hires new executive director
Amarillo livestock sales
Apache cattle sales report
Arkansas livestock summary report
Bison industry in U.S. recruits ranchers as prices rise
Brand board names chief inspector
Brucellosis tests continue in Mont.; no new cases reported
Bull on the lam 18 months back on Banning ranch
Cattlemen open flooding relief effort
Center for Beef Excellence seeks executive director
Cleveland County 4-H'ers gear up for 4-H Centennial County and State Fairs
Colorado feeder cattle sales report
County fair is like harvest
Crop progress behind normal
Crops make strides in growth
CRP emergency grazing approved for Hamilton, Morton and Stevens counties
CRP haying and grazing good for farmers, ranchers, waterfowl
Dalhart cattle sales report
Dodge City livestock sales report
Drought conditions making it difficult for crops, livestock
EU relaxes beef import restrictions for Brazil, Argentina
Faith cattle sales report
FSA emergency loans available
Ft. Smith livestock auction report
Georgia livestock sales summary
Goldthwaite sheep sales
Governor Ritter seeks federal drought relief
HCC ag teams place second at NACTA competition
Help available to farmers and ranchers with disabilities
High Plains slaughter news
Host families needed for 4-H Japanese Exchange
Husband's surprise starts llama ranch
IFBF asks Congress for livestock, grain farmer assistance in wake of floods
IFBF launches online tool for farmers, rural residents impacted by floods of 2008
Joplin regional cattle sales
McAlester livestock market report
Meat safety- It all works out in the wash
Moisture varies across state
More moisture needed across state
More rain needed to improve rangelands
Nebraska Beef recalls about 532,000 pounds of beef
Oklahoma marketman Bobby Smith takes reins at LMA
Pratt livestock sales report
Protect yourself, livestock from black fly infestation
Ranching workshop aimed at improving wildlife habitat
Rangeland management
Sandhills chant helps Nebraskan become World Champion
Sioux Falls feeder pigs
Sioux Falls sheep sales report
Soil moisture conditions remain mostly adequate
Some parts of state receive moisture
South Central direct sheep
South Korea decides to implement deal to resume U.S. beef import in late June
Springfield dairy cattle sale
Springfield livestock sales
St. Joseph feeder pigs
Tulia livestock sales report
Tulsa livestock sales report
U.S. pork exports jump 200 percent in 10 years
U.S. ranchers happy to see added foreign market
Unusual happening reflects skills of 4-H wool judgers
West Plains cattle sales
Wyobraska cattle sales report

EDITOR

Farmer offers suggestions for illegal alien problem
Greener pastures
The Blame Game
The news first
Twenty tears later-- Hard white wheat's demise is a mere exaggeration

COLUMNS

Companies announce new sunflower trait
EPA okays product for scab suppression
Get a bang out of this
Greener pastures
Just a scoop full
Massey Ferguson Tractor
New John Deere Combine Series
The Blame Game
The hunt for your next energy 'villain'

MARKETS

Ada livestock sales report
Amarillo livestock sales
Apache cattle sales report
Arkansas livestock summary report
Colorado feeder cattle sales report
Dalhart cattle sales report
Dodge City livestock sales report
EU relaxes beef import restrictions for Brazil, Argentina
Faith cattle sales report
Ft. Smith livestock auction report
Georgia livestock sales summary
Goldthwaite sheep sales
High Plains slaughter news
Joplin regional cattle sales
McAlester livestock market report
Pratt livestock sales report
Sioux Falls feeder pigs
Sioux Falls sheep sales report
South Central direct sheep
South Korea decides to implement deal to resume U.S. beef import in late June
Springfield dairy cattle sale
Springfield livestock sales
St. Joseph feeder pigs
Tulia livestock sales report
Tulsa livestock sales report
West Plains cattle sales
Wyobraska cattle sales report

RANGE

Year end tax planning

FAMILY

Being laid-back or taking charge
Cleveland County 4-H'ers gear up for 4-H Centennial County and State Fairs
Cleveland County 4-Hers prepare for trip to Washington, D. C.
County fair is like harvest
Don't sweat summer entertaining
Extension leadership program announces new class
Food safety is essential for summer grilling season
Host families needed for 4-H Japanese Exchange
Key to successful, healthy lawn is mowing properly
Kirby Farm's design made to fit unusual lots
Smoke makes many foods taste better
Summer garden questions and answers
Summer jobs teach Oklahoma youth about money management
Upcoming KSU horticultural events
Your family favorite beef recipe could be worth new kitchen appliances

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