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Lighthizer Plans to Resume Talks with China
Grains Livestock

Lighthizer Plans to Resume Talks with China

Lead negotiators between the U.S. and China plan to restart conversations this week. That news comes from U.S. Trade Representative...
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Millions Of Corn, Soybean Acres Remain Unplanted
Grains

Millions Of Corn, Soybean Acres Remain Unplanted

As of June 16, USDA estimates 92% of the U.S. corn crop has been planted. That compares to a five-year...
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USDA Research to Move to Kansas City
Dairy Grains

USDA Research to Move to Kansas City

USDA’s Economic Research Service (ERS) and National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) will relocate to the Kansas City area...
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Arrest Made in Fair Oaks Farm Investigation
Dairy

Arrest Made in Fair Oaks Farm Investigation

The Newton County, Indiana Sheriff's Office announced officers have arrested one of three men charged following accusations of animal abuse...
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The Newton County, Indiana Sheriff's Office announced officers have arrested one of three men charged following accusations of animal abuse...
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Corn Production Trimmed by 1.4 Billion Bushels
Grains

Corn Production Trimmed by 1.4 Billion Bushels

WHEAT: U.S. 2019/20 wheat supplies are down with lower beginning stocks partly offset by slightly higher production. Beginning stocks are...
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African Swine Fever: A Threat You Can't Ignore
Livestock

African Swine Fever: A Threat You Can't Ignore

African swine fever (ASF) is a threat to the U.S. pork industry that Dr. Daniel Hendrickson, DVM, takes very seriously....
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Corn Market Begs Farmers To Get Crops Planted
Grains

Corn Market Begs Farmers To Get Crops Planted

When USDA released the Crop Progress Report for the week ending May 26, on Tuesday, May 28, there was a...
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