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ISSUE DATE: 07/19/2010

Farm and Ranch Managment issue

Welcome to the 2010 Farm and Ranch Management issue of High Plains Journal/Midwest Ag Journal. This annual issue highlights the new products and services available to our farmer and rancher readers. Information included in the July 19 issue on pages 2-A through 12-A, as well as pages 3-C and 4-C showcase the new products and services.


Federal Reserve Bank hosts ag symposium
Great timing for Brazilian trade team visit to Kansas
June temps in Missouri warmest since 1953
Kansas Department of Commerce to host five-part agritourism course
McInnis says he wants to help farmers, ranchers
Proposed wind farm near Cheney Reservoir withdrawn
REYAP students discover opportunities at OSU
Rural development, next generation as topic for summer meeting
U.S., Korea FTA could boost pork prices tremendously


Corn diseases developing in Nebraska's hot, humid weather
Cotton outlook even brighter
Ethanol Board and Growth Energy team for FFV awareness
Finally in Limon
Grape and wine council to meet June 30
Kansas Soybean Commission will hold annual meeting Aug. 26
K-State ag conferences and field days scheduled
McCutchen named chair of national ag biotech council
Meet Carsten, Dan and Gabriel of Hoffman Harvesting
Olympic gold medalist to promote corn in Nebraska
Researchers study value of chicken litter in cotton production
Sammons crew returns to the field after a break
Scout corn for gray leaf spot
Sweep net can make treatment decisions in soybeans, early cotton
U.S., Brazil agree on framework regarding WTO cotton dispute


Bovine trichomoniasis limited to five counties
Direct-fed microbials take another step against Salmonella
Experts provide hurricane precautions for livestock owners
Extension to host 'Show Me Beef University' at MU
Growing farm profits means cultivating business model
Interest in hair sheep on the rise
Kansas Cattlemen to host bus trip to USDA meeting in Fort Collins
MSGA launches educational video about rancher stewardship
Professor inducted to Meat Industry Hall of Fame


Estate tax is death to family farms, ranches
For political junkies, it's Christmas in July
The energy conundrum


Just a scoop full
Just a scoop full
Lead the movement again
Vilsack wants to 'replenish' the farm supply
Will Congress renew renewables?


Aberdeen cattle sales report
Aberdeen cattle sales report
Aberdeen cattle sales report
Above average precip seen across Colorado
Ada livestock sales report
Amarillo livestock auction summary
Apache livestock auction report
Arkansas livestock sales summary
Colorado wheat forecast up from last month but down from a year ago
Cooler temps, rain have moisture supplies in excellent condition
Cooler than normal temps slow crop progress
Dalhart cattle auction report
Dalhart livestock auction report
Dodge City cattle sales report
Dodge City cattle sales report
Ericson livestock auction report
Fields drying slowly
Ft. Smith livestock auction report
Ft. Smith livestock report
Georgia cattle auction summary
Goldthwaite sheep sales report
Grain market close
Grain trade closed mixed
Great weather aids crop progress
Heavy rains continue
High Plains slaughter news
Hot and dry weather seen across state
Joplin livestock auction report
Joplin livestock sales report
Kansas hay still trading moderately
McAlester livestock market report
McAlester livestock sales report
Missouri crop report
Montana winter wheat forecast up from last year's yield
Most hay trading steady
Newell sheep sales report
North Arkansas cattle auction report
North Arkansas livestock sales report
North Arkansas livestock sales report
OKC West livestock sales report
OKC West livestock sales report
OKC West livestock sales report
Planting, harvesting reported in parts of state
Pratt 3 p.m. cattle sales
Pratt livestock sales report
Pratt livestock sales report
Rain delays harvest in western counties, limits need for irrigation
Salina livestock sales report
Springfield dairy heifer sales report
Springfield livestock market report
Springfield livestock sales report
Superior video auction report
Tulia livestock auction report
Tulsa livestock auction report
Week of recovery
West Plains regional cattle sales
West Plains regional cattle sales report
Woodward livestock auction report
Wyobraska cattle sales report


Arkansas hay producers bale competition in national conference
Fire Field Day offered for those with questions about summer burning
KGLC extends range school sign-up to June 30
Nip seedheads early to cut July mowing


2010's High Plains 'monsoon' still damaging landscapes
Company raises funds for Texas 4-H youth
Hefty salads
Helpful household hints
Japanese beetles causing damage in Missouri
Meditation for 7-19-10
N.M. hosts national youth wildlife habitat program
New Mexico FFA members receive proficiency awards
New Mexico FFA state officers elected
Perk up your picnic
Pontain's special features make it wondrous
Texas school nutritionists learn about the value of peanuts

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