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Farmer Slowdowns

Solar storms and tornadoes have created challenges for farmers this season

Farmer Slowdowns
Risk Management Trial
Second U.S. Dairy Worker Caught Bird Flu

Symptoms of bird flu illness in a human can include cough, sore throat, body aches and shortness of breath.

Second U.S. Dairy Worker Caught Bird Flu

Soybean producers in the United States have a chance to voice their opinions on the Soybean Promotion and Research Order.

Opportunity for Soybean Farmers to Request Referendum

The inability to enroll new base acres into the program limits farmers with ground not enrolled in the program.

Why Farmers Need a Mandatory Base Acre Update

With a total prize pool exceeding $26,000, the competition promises to be rewarding for participants.

Compete in the 40th World Forage Analysis Superbowl
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Corn Seedling Disease

With the recent moisture some corn fields might be at risk for seedling disease.

Corn Seedling Disease
Planting Corn in 2024

These farmers grow white and yellow corn for Frito Lay.

Planting Corn in 2024
Market Monitor

Wheat producers should consider staggering their wheat in the market when selling, a grain marketing specialist said.

Market Monitor
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