NMSU to host beef cattle artificial insemination course

Two-day course to be held in Quay County.

Wrapping up a busy year

Despite tough weather, Scott Farms is wrapping up cotton harvest a bit early with tech’s help

Looking to Tennessee

For members of Riverside Christian FFA, there are many ways to be involved

This Week in Agribusiness – Jan. 19, 2019

Max Armstrong and Mike Adams share reports from American Farm Bureau, and a look at a foundation that supports rodeo athletes.

AgriLife Research institute to address chronic disease epidemic

Through precision nutrition, institute will connect agriculture, dietary health and food

Can EPA's Wheeler deliver on E15?

Holding year-round E15 hostage to RIN reform provisions “counterintuitive at best, and cynical at worst,” RFA said.

Grain market week in review – Jan. 18, 2019

A quiet week at USDA wasn’t so bad for commodities.

5 Stories not to miss: Ag economy, manure application and soil health

Check out these five stories, you don't want to miss tips on manure application and a look at the ag economy.

Georgia Peanut Commission presents awards at annual farm show

The awards were presented at the Georgia Peanut Farm Show and Conference Jan. 17.

2018 Insect and disease recap

By arming yourself with knowledge of 2018, you can better plan for disease and pests in 2019.

New dicamba record-keeping rules apply in 2019

Make sure you understand the rules regarding record keeping if you train for and apply dicamba on dicamba-tolerant soybeans.

There's still time: Join us at Farm Futures Business Summit

Learn from 18 farm management experts to maximize your farm business.

Farm Bureau lauds Feinstein's ag worker bill

Legislation would grant legal “blue card” status to immigrants.

No boost in budget for UC's Extension

Proposed allocation flat even as governor announces $1.4 billion for higher education.

Researcher seeks new approach to winter orchard sanitation

New model would better gauge overwintering NOW infestation rates in orchards

Chronic Wasting Disease continues move across Mid-South

Deer herds in Tennessee now being closely monitored

TAWC hosts its 5th annual Water College

TAWC Water College focuses on water conservation, variable rate irrigation, sustainability and cover crops at the 5th Annual Water College.

Iowa farm management firms announce merger

Aspen Grove Investments and Agri-Management Services merge and buy Growthland Ag Realty.

Markets try to rally into holiday

Risk-on trades are back again. (Video report)

Farm Progress America, Jan. 18, 2019

Max Armstrong looks at a survey of consumers with surprising insight

House bill increases disaster relief for farmers, goes to Senate

House bill increases farm disaster funding levels from $1.1 billion that was initially recommended by the USDA to $3 billion.

Pruning 101 for dormant trees

Tree Talk: Pruning is both art and science. Here’s a look at how to do it and why now is the right time.

Colorado announces 2018 approved hemp seeds

A statewide test in 2018 has cleared six industrial hemp varieties.

EDF, Tyson partner to meet consumer demand for sustainably grown food

First project aims to pilot and scale agriculture practices on 500,000 acres of corn to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve water quality and maximize farmer profitability.

Tru Shrimp moves first production facility to South Dakota

The company’s original plans called for a southwestern Minnesota location.

Haybale plus husband equals havoc

Don’t let farm chores ruin your relationship; communicate.

EAT-Lancet Commission recommendations create a fuss

American Feed Industry Association rep says report is "organized attack on animal agriculture."

Technology helps farmers reduce irrigation, conserve aquifer

The latest in reducing water use through irrigation was on-display at the Water Tech Expo.

Government shutdown adds insult to injury for farmers

USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue is opening some Farm Service Agency offices for three days.

Gov-elect names Mike Beam as new Kansas secretary of agriculture

Mike Beam will replace Jackie McClaskey, who has served as ag secretary for five years.

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