- Study: Predators Can Delay Pest Resistance to Bt Crops
Natural enemies are important for suppressing pest populations, study finds.
- Cows With Post-Traumatic Stress Symptoms?
Oregon State Research suggests cows witnessing wolf attacks suffer symptoms similar to PTSD
- Mixed Feelings on USDA's Coexistence Report
Ag groups weigh in on USDA's efforts to expand agreement among ag stakeholders
- House Bill Would Prevent Future Producer Info Leaks
Four House members introduce companion bill to S. 1343 to bar the EPA from releasing specific info of agricultural producers to the public
- Basics of the New Dairy Insurance Program
Missouri economist suggests new dairy programs in 2014 farm bill may require more planning, but they don't have to be complicated
- Five States Join Missouri in Egg Lawsuit
Nebraska, Alabama, Oklahoma, Kentucky and Iowa join Missouri in lawsuit opposing California's egg import standards
- Two Storms Bring Drought Improvements in the West
Topsoil moisture remains a concern for some winter wheat areas
- Corn Growers: Budget May Be 'Dead on Arrival,' but Raises Concerns
National Corn Growers Association says White House Budget Proposal may not get anywhere, but it still explains Presidential priorities.
- U.S. Veterinarian Recaps PEDV-Feed Impacts on Producers
Kansas State veterinarian says producers should be familiar with their feed ingredients, consider a risk assessment
- Stabenow, Cochran Sign Resolution To Celebrate Extension's 100th Anniversary
Resolution recognizes Smith-Lever Act and reinforces support for Cooperative Extension Service