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As soybean growers harvest their crops this year, some may notice shattered pods in their fields that likely are a result of plants that have endured stress.
Corn Illustrated: Learn things about your crop and field while harvesting.
Rapid consumption coupled with weather-related harvest delays mean crop storage concerns may be less severe than first expected
Ag, livestock and interest groups offer perspective on the World Trade Organization's Country of Origin labeling ruling
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Recent Harvest Delays Could Carry Silver…
Reaction Mixed on WTO's Country of Origi…
Split-planter Set-up Will Give Good Look at Two Hybrids
Still Time To Plant Wheat
USDA Awards Grants to Small Businesses for Ag Research
U.S. Corn 31% Harvested in USDA Crop Progress and Condition Report
Judging Panel Announced for Innovation Center's Dairy Sustainability Awards
Animal Ag Climate Change Website Launched
Cattlemen are seeing the best price in history and conditions indicate the trend should continue.
Beef Boom Continues
Ohio Farmland Values Down Slightly
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 World Food Priz…
Max Armstrong profiles a rare 1958 Minneapolis-Moline II Star Crawler owned by Frances Low…
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