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Mixing and matching weed control tech is easier if you know the rules.

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EPA postpones finalizing 2014 renewable volume obligations in RFS until 2015

EPA looks to getting back on the annual statutory timeline by addressing 2014, 2015 and 2016 standards in the next calendar year.

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Video: Story of Neighbors Help Injured Farmer with Harvest

This a great story that comes out of Nebraska of a "Harvest Bee"

Bayer CropScience opens new weed resistance center in Germany

The company says this is a major step forward in tackling the global problem of herbicide-resistant weeds.

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Grain Futures Prices Rebound

Ag Market News And Closing Grain + Livestock Futures Prices

PED Expected to be Major Factor Influencing Live Hog Prices this Winter

The director of risk management with h@ms Marketing Services

Canada Remains A Leader In World Agriculture Market

A recent report from Farm Credit Canada shows the agriculture

Evaluating Fertilizer Performance Claims

An Alberta Agriculture specialist says that producers should

Factors Affecting Commodity Prices

Many factors affect commodity prices. The main price determining

Farm Women's Conference Receives Positive Feedback

Organizers of this year's Manitoba Farm Women's Conference in Brandon

Manitoba Government To Compensate Farmers Affected by Use of Portage Diversion Fail-Safe

Farmers whose lands were flooded as a result of the Manitoba government's

AGCO Finalists for 2014 Operator of the Year.

Four custom applicators have been selected by AGCO Application Equipment.

EIA: This Week in Petroleum

The U.S. average price for regular gasoline decreased five cents last week to $2.89 per gallon

18 new tools for managing hay and forage

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USDA Export Sales Report

Net sales of 361,700 metric tons for delivery in the 2014/2015 marketing year were down 13 percent from the previous week, but up 1 percent from the prior 4-week average.

New Government Funding Announced for PED Prevention

New government funding will allow the Saskatchewan Pork Development Board to implement the next phase of the Saskatchewan Swine Biosecurity Program.

Second chances for horses webinar

Register now for the November 25 webinar to learn about the care and training of the rescued horse.

Preparing beef cows for winter conditions

Winter is critical to beef cow operation success.

Cover Crop Update and Fall Management

Season Cover crops were tried in many different situations this year. Cover crops were interseeded into corn, flown into soybeans, planted after corn silage and following winter wheat and other crops.

New Funding for Swine Biosecurity Program

Today, the federal and provincial governments announced $150,000 in funding for the Saskatchewan Pork Development Board (SaskPork) to deliver a new phase in the Saskatchewan Swine Biosecurity Program.

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