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June 24 & 25, 2015
Sept. 1, 2 & 3
High-flying pork prices make sharp move lower as weak demand and strong supplies hobble market
USDA has cut people, spending; Secretary Vilsack says level of service can't be maintained without resources
Even without Chesapeake watershed cleaner-water regulators bearing down, it'll pay to scrutinize the timing and amounts of nitrogen applied for corn.
Today's corn roots are much more efficient in absorbing nutrients than older genetics, and there's still room to grow, suggests a Penn State study.
Pork prices coming off highs: Rabobank q…
Vilsack expresses frustration at repeate…
Rethink corn nitrogen losses before you …
Today's corn roots are nothing like thos…
Are you under 'ROPS'? Massachusetts' ROPS retrofit's rolling
Cows DO 'give a lick' about mineral quality
Senators want EPA to revisit 2014 RFS volume proposal
New research puts a value on biotech approval delays
U.S. and Peru ag departments meet to discuss recent trade advancements on pork, rice and beef
Senate committee pressures South Africa for blocking U.S. chicken
Apply to be 'America's Pig Farmer' through National Pork Board
Beck's, Kinze multi-hybrid planter collaboration becomes reality
Give CropPricer a real-time spin
Insight into hot issues for American agriculture
News and views from The Heartland
Orion Samuelson and Max Armstrong open this week's show with a look at the continuing spre…
Max Armstrong tells the story of an interesting issue for restorers with a look at a 1963 …
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