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$9 million in outreach and technical assistance funding made possible by the 2014 farm bill will go to help minority and veteran farmers new to agriculture
Farmland film plans to continue run in college and high school screenings, other viewing options
Ethanol is the lowest-cost gasoline alternative while reducing crude oil imports.
Corn Illustrated: Innovators look for ways to get cover crops established sooner.
2014 Farm Bill Includes Funding for Vete…
Farmland Film Ends Theatrical Run After …
Ethanol Reduces the Damage Oil Causes to…
Farmer Tries Seeding Cover Crops with Ni…
Nebraska Forest Service Gives Grants to Rural Fire Departments
For Forage Crops, Think Soybeans or Sunflowers after Wheat Harvest
Farmland Film Ends Theatrical Run After Playing in 170 U.S. Markets
Neonic Pesticides Showing Up in Midwestern Streams, USGS Finds
Tyson Foods says it plans to use funds from sale to pay down debt from Hillshire deal; will focus on Asian operations
OIE Video Explains World Animal Health Information System
PEDV Keeps Fueling Global Pork Markets
New law in Nebraska allows for hemp research projects.
10 'Inspired Questions' for Perpetuating the Ranch
Reviewing Keystone XL's Legal Issues
Insight into hot issues for American agriculture
News and views from The Heartland
Max Armstrong tells the story of a 1957 Case 300, owned by Roland Wood, Plainview, Minn.
Max Armstrong tells the story of a 1949 Field Marshall, an interesting tractor from Britai…
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