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Sept. 1, 2 & 3
Two executives representing Korean flour milling companies head to the Pacific Northwest to watch wheat harvest.
Not everyone is convinced that benefits of cover crops are worth the cost.
University of Minnesota research suggests nitrous oxide emissions have been underestimated
Ag, livestock and petroleum interests share differing opinions on EPA's multiple-year RFS proposal
Palouse gets international grain buying …
Cover crops take off, but not everybody …
Midwest GHG emission estimates could be …
Thousands weigh in on Renewable Fuel Sta…
Cover crops take off, but not everybody signs on
West Nile Virus makes summer return in Washington, Colorado
Thousands weigh in on Renewable Fuel Standard proposed volumes
100 ag professionals to be selected for Farm Credit award
Pinkeye, foot rot prevalent in cattle grazing wet fields
Mammary gland study has dairy farming impact
Beef producers want quality market access as TPP negotiators meet
New trust conservation add 1,700 acres to conservation effort
World tractor market drops nearly 30 percent for U.S. sales in 2014
Ag offers high level of respiratory disease potential on farms, dairies
Insight into hot issues for American agriculture
News and views from The Heartland
Max Armstrong open this week's show with a look at crop conditions in one part of the coun…
Max Armstrong tells the story of a 1932 Twin City KT, owned by Logan Berge, Sandwich, Ill.
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