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Emerging Equine Diseases: What You Should Know

Not long ago, we didn't know that some now-common equine

Poll Recap: Starting Horses Under Saddle

Starting a young horse under saddle can be a daunting task. Each horse

How to Manage the Club Foot: Birth to Maturity

Have you ever glanced at a horse's feet and noticed that one of them looks

Ontario Recognizing Excellence in Retailing Local Food

Celebrating the Promotion of Local Food

Hog Outlook: Hog futures were mostly higher this week

USDA says the breeding herd was up 2.2% on March 1 and the market hog inventory was up 7.7% compared to last year.

Eastern Tent Caterpillar Egg Hatch Begins in Kentucky

Eastern tent caterpillar egg hatch was reported March 23 in Scott County.

Using Electric Fence to Improve Pastures

Electric fence use in horse pastures varies greatly across breeds

RMTC Board Approves Cobalt Threshold

The Racing Medication and Testing Consortium (RMTC) board

L. intracellularis Infection, Risk Evaluated

Allen Page, PhD, DVM, a former University of Kentucky (UK)

It's Not Too Early to Vaccinate Horses Against EEE, WNV

Even though it might still be cold outside, mosquitoes will be here soon enough

Stray Mexican Donkey Tests Positive for Glanders

A stray Mexican donkey has tested positive for glanders, the Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) announced March 27.

USDA Quarterly Hogs and Pigs Report Released.

United States inventory of all hogs and pigs up 7% to 65.9 million head.

OFA urges Ontario government to focus on stewardship

The Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) is carefully reviewing the Ontario government’s recently released regulations intending to reduce neonicotinoid pesticide use by 80% by 2017.

FDA Issues Draft Guidance to Ensure the Safety of Animal Feed On-Farm

U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a draft guidance* to help animal producers ensure the safety of animal feed that is used on-farm.

OSU Extension Offers Herd Bull Purchase Tips For Livestock Producers

Beef cattle producers who want to boost their profit potential need to consider several factors when purchasing a herd sire, says a beef cattle expert in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University.

More emerald ash borer in the United States

Minnesota and North Carolina join Iowa and others to confirm presence of emerald ash borer and have counties under quarantine

Yard Cart Moves Heavy Items from Car to Home with an Easy Pull

Moving heavy or awkward purchases from your car to your house or apartment just became a lot easier.

CropLine Podcast - March 26, 2015

Field crop specialists respond to current questions that grain and oilseed producers ask on crop management tips, herbicide recommendations and pest alerts.

Harper Government Invests in Biocontrol Research for Canada's Greenhouse Sector

Member of Parliament Dean Allison, on behalf of Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz, announced today an investment of $143,260 to the Vineland Research and Innovation Centre to conduct research into improving the use of biological controls for pest and disease management for the Canadian greenhouse sector.

Superior launches new bin sidewall lamination

Superior Manufacturing recently introduced a new sidewall lamination design for its commercial bins. The company says the patent-pending design is twice as strong as other traditional designs without increasing the gauge of steel or adding any hardware. 

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