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Ride Along Video of Crop Dusters In Action.

Wide Range of Equipment And Operations.

Soybeans & Wheat Plummet on Bearish WASDE

Ag Market Review & Closing Grain & Livestock Futures Prices

Beltway Beef Audio

Scott George, NCBA Immediate Past President, talks about the EPA’s proposed “waters of the United States” rule and the importance of producer comments.

New edition of the Agronomy Tips

We have reached the stage in soybean development when nodules are forming. Every year I customers that are concerned that their soybeans are yellowing.

Ron Plain: Hog Outlook

The national negotiated purchase base price for barrows and gilts set new all-time high records on the first three days this week reaching a peak of $130.90/cwt on Wednesday.

Equine Infectious Disease Outbreak Response 101

From equine herpesvirus and influenza to strangles and coronavirus, infectious

Prairie Oat Growers Association Awards Second Research Grant

The Prairie Oat Growers Association (POGA) has announced its second

Chuckwagon Horse Dies at Calgary Stampede

A ruptured aneurysm is being blamed for a horse's death during a training

Uniform Racehorse Drug Program Picking Up Support

Multiple racing jurisdictions have adopted all or parts of the National Uniform Medication Program

Information Collection Key in Maintaining Track Surfaces

A pair of presenters on racetrack surfaces at the Welfare and Safety of the Racehorse

What is SAA, and Why is it Important to Equine Medicine?

Every few years a new buzzword begins circulating in the horse health industry.

Tallying Up the Risk Factors for Sclerotinia Pressure

There are few things as lovely on the Canadian Prairies as a blooming

Missouri Swine Health Symposium set for July 21

University of Missouri Extension and the Missouri Pork Association are sponsoring the first ever Missouri Swine Health Symposium, July 21 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. at the MU Bradford Research Center.

‘Fields of Champions’ fun coming to Summer Iowa Games opening ceremonies

The fourth annual “Fields of Champions” that celebrates food, farming and fitness will be a highlight of the Summer Iowa Games Athlete Jamboree & Opening Ceremonies on Saturday, July 18, beginning at 5 p.m. in Ames.

Horse events at 2014 Ag Expo

2014 Ag Expo has a horse farm tour, MSUE equine experts and many exhibits for the horse enthusiast

Cash Advance Repayment Deadline Pushed Back

The federal government is giving farmers affected by the rail transportation

New Illinois Farmers program accepting applications for third session

Aspiring Illinois farmers, new growers with less than five years’ experience, commodity farmers interested in diversifying to include fruit or vegetable production, and high school and community college agriculture teachers are invited to apply now for the next session of a free training program offered through the University of Illinois crop sciences department.

Emergency Outlet On Lake MB Needed As Soon As Possible

Farmers and landowners along the Portage Diversion and around Lake

Dry Bean Report

Majority of edible beans are in late vegetative to early flowering. The crop in many areas looks excellent. Recent heavy rains and saturated soils raises the risk of white mould, anthracnose in white and black beans and root rot. Leafhopper populations have been low up to now.

Record Year For Producer Car Orders, Long Backlog Remains

The number of railcars ordered by farmers - also known as producer cars

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