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Stage set for World Ag Expo, Feb. 10-12, Tulare, Calif.

New events offer producers more options
The stage is set for the 2015 World Ag Expo - Feb. 10-12 - at the International Agri-Center show grounds in Tulare, Calif.

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Newspapers challenge California to see need for water

Newspaper editorials begin to challenge public thought on how water is currently used in California

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Super Bowl ads highlight agriculture

Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots meet this Sunday in Arizona

USDA releases its “playbook” for safe food practices on Super Bowl Sunday

Some simple food safety tips can make sure everyone’s Super Bowl Sunday is an enjoyable and safe one

Avian influenza discovered in California turkeys

H5N8 likely started somewhere in Pacific Flyway; tested flock is now under quarantine in California

Cheminova's Cercobin fungicide has CA-AZ approval

Cercobin fungicide receives California DPR approval

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Ron Plain: This week saw big price declines in both hog and cattle futures.

For several weeks there has been a slowdown in activity at west coast seaports because of a dispute between the Pacific Maritime Association and the International Longshoreman and Warehouse Union.

Beltway Beef Audio

Colin Woodall, Vice President of Government Affairs, lays out some key priorities for cattle producers this legislative session.

Anaerobic digester generates energy, reduces odors

A flame flares from a torch near a greenhouse. It’s not there for light; it’s biogas from the anaerobic digester within the greenhouse.

Soybeans Futures Prices Lower to End the Week

Ag Market Update & Closing Grain + Livestock Prices

Coyotes a human, fiscal danger in grape vineyards

Ranchers are not the only folks who should be wary of coyotes. Grape growers make the list as well.

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Horse Management Tips for Cold Temperatures

Bitter cold temperatures have been a theme this winter and are now here again.

Ask The Horse Live: Name Change for Popular Podcast

“Ask The Vet Live,” a popular horse-health care question-and-answer podcast from The Horse

Using Flexion and Wedge Tests to Diagnose Foot Pain

Veterinarians can only treat foot pain in horses successfully if they know the true cause.

Top Lameness and Surgery Studies of 2014

It was standing room only during the ever-popular Kester News Hour at the 2014

Rutgers Horse Management Seminar to Take Place Feb. 8

The Rutgers Cooperative Extension, in cooperation with the Rutgers Equine Science Center

Old Friends Retiree Escapedfromnewyork Dead at 10

Escapedfromnewyork, a resident of the Old Friends Retirement Facility in Georgetown

World Ag Expo smartphone app ready for download

Just type in the phrase ‘2015 World Ag Expo’ in your Smartphone app store, download the program, and you’ll have the best technology at your fingertips to help create a more successful World Expo experience.

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Multiple Canadian governments announce agricultural research investment

Funding from Ottawa and Saskatchewan could help livestock graze longer and research PED more extensively

USDA files actions against businesses in Idaho and Illinois for PACA infractions

More than $4 million combined in unpaid fines could see businesses banned from produce industry for up to two years

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