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Grain and soy prices remained weak Tuesday

Bearish expectations weighed on crop futures again Tuesday. The reduced threat of frost this weekend seemingly triggered fresh selling in the crop markets today, but traders were probably anticipating bearish production revisions on Thursday’s big USDA reports as well. FULL STORY »

Texas districts weigh in on weather

COLLEGE STATION – Rains came to the Panhandle and South Plains a couple weeks too late to ensure a really good dryland cotton crop across the board, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agronomist. FULL STORY »

How much risk of frost do you have?

The last USDA crop progress report indicates 72 percent of corn in or past the dent stage with 5 percent of the corn acres mature and soybean with 26 percent leaves turning color. FULL STORY »

Iowa State's Hansen Agriculture Center dedicated

Dedication ceremonies were held recently for the Jeff and Deb Hansen Agriculture Student Learning Center at Iowa State University in Ames. FULL STORY »

Congress urged to bring common sense to Endangered Species Act

The Arkansas Farm Bureau and the American Farm Bureau Federation today called for clear, cost-benefit analyses from regulatory agencies that enforce the Endangered Species Act. Since current rules account only for government expenditures, Arkansas Farm Bureau President Randy Veach said the often oppressive cost of ESA enforcement on the private sector gets ignored. FULL STORY »

PIC names new North American Director of Health Assurance

PIC is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Jean Paul Cano as Director of Heath Assurance for North America. FULL STORY »

Livestock diverged from weak crop futures Tuesday morning

Bearish expectations continue weighing on crop futures. The reduced threat of frost this weekend seemingly triggered fresh selling in the crop markets this morning, but traders are probably anticipating bearish production revisions on Thursday’s big USDA reports. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Is water the new oil?

We've fought ugly wars over oil. We've developed horrendously expensive infrastructures where nothing existed before so we can transport oil from where it was to where it needed to be. Tankers the size of small cities ply the oceans to bring oil from there to here. FULL STORY »

White House issues veto threat on bill to block WOTUS rule

Gridlock: any situation in which nothing can move or proceed in any direction (dictionary.com). FULL STORY »

Lighter Side: Check out the Culver’s corn maze

Culver’s made waves last year with its “Thank a Farmer” campaign, and now the popular Midwest-based restaurant chain is going to great lengths to thank the nation’s food producers once again. FULL STORY »

Photo of the day: Opening eyes at state fairs

State fairs are synonymous with fried food, large crowds and live-animal exhibits. And for our suburban neighbors, these fairs may be their first (and only) experience with livestock. FULL STORY »

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