A judge in the U.S. District Court of Chicago will hear PotashCorp's request for a preliminary injunction against BHP Billiton, who made a hostile bid to take over the company.
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Don't underestimate the value of shade for beef cattle in the fescue belt according to Eldon Cole, livestock specialist, University of Missouri Extension.
In a lawsuit between Mycogen Seeds and Pioneer, a federal judge has granted a partial summary judgment in favor of Mycogen, indicating Pioneer's PROaccess business violates a 1995 agreement with Mycogen.
U.S. pork exports finished the first quarter of 2010 at 1.05 billion pounds, 1.3 percent greater than the same period in 2009.
The University of Minnesota Research and Outreach Centers provide years of research data that were used to develop regional best management practices for applying nitrogen in the fall.
PotashCorp is reviewing a report prepared by The Conference Board of Canada, which details the impact that an acquisition of PotashCorp by BHP Billiton (BHP) would have on Canada and the province of Saskatchewan.
Lighter than expected weekly hog slaughters in April prompted USDA to adjust slaughter forecasts downward for the balance of 2010. Smaller slaughter numbers are likely to be partly offset by higher dressed weights than expected earlier, resulting from continued strong hog prices, moderate feed costs, and favorable spring weather conditions in major hog producing States.