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Global biofuel output expansion to slow by 2023

Global biofuel output should expand in the period to 2023, mostly boosted by increasing demand, higher crude oil prices and government policies, but the rise should be lower than in the past decade, the FAO and OECD said on Friday. FULL STORY »

World food inflation slows as farm prices set to stabilize

The outlook for world food inflation looks lower and more stable as agricultural commodity prices settle over the next decade following years of volatility, the U.N.'s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the OECD said on Friday. FULL STORY »

Tips for ‘late’ applications of nitrogen

Persistent rains this year may force many growers to sidedress their nitrogen (N) in corn this year much later than what is considered normal. Other growers may be supplementing their earlier N applications to replace N lost from denitrification and leaching. FULL STORY »

U.S. farmland prices stay high, but cash rents due for pressure

U.S. farmland values have remained strong this summer despite falling crop prices, but that could change heading into the busy annual auction season at year's end, auctioneers say. FULL STORY »

Mink-releasing animal rights activists caught

Criminals who appear to have released animals at mink farms in the Midwest last year have been apprehended. FULL STORY »

Does American agriculture need ‘right to farm’ laws?

The ‘right to farm’ movement across the heartland is gaining in popularity, but not everyone in agriculture supports it. FULL STORY »

Commentary: ‘Animal Rights or Wrongs?’

A kids’ show explores the contentious issue of using animals to test drugs or conduct research. What they had to say offer a valuable insight into why the issue is so volatile even for adults FULL STORY »

Crop markets sharply lower after WASDE report

Corn prices proved vulnerable in response to the July WASDE. In that report, USDA revised the 2013/14 ending stocks up to 1.246 billion bushels from 1.146 billion last month. FULL STORY »

Hog Outlook: May pork exports up on increases to Mexico, Korea

Pork exports during May were up 0.1%. Big increases in exports went to Mexico and South Korea. China and Hong Kong purchased less U.S. pork than in May 2013. Pork exports equaled 23.2% of May's production. FULL STORY »

Lighter Side: Pig chases kids through Maine woods

Police in Maine are on the lookout after two children were allegedly terrorized...by a pig. FULL STORY »

Say ‘hello’ to lower feed costs, strong hog prices

According to the USDA’s latest World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report, strong hog prices and lower feed costs are providing lucrative incentives to feed hogs to heavier weights. FULL STORY »

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