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Children's livestock shows have become about competition, money

Kids’ livestock shows have become an expensive business, Lydia DePillis for The Washington Post said. FULL STORY »

Water ‘thermostat’ could help engineer drought-resistant crops

Duke University researchers have identified a gene that could help scientists engineer drought-resistant crops. FULL STORY »

DOJ adds divestiture requirement Tyson’s Hillshire purchase

Tyson plans to acquire Hillshire Brands Company, but the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and three state attorneys general are saying “not so fast.” FULL STORY »

FairRent, now online, helps you find land rent values

Land rent negotiations are going to be very challenging this year. At current commodity prices it is going to be important for producers to know their costs and look at options to limit downside risk, explains Dale Nordquist of the University of Minnesota. FULL STORY »

Ag markets proved rather divergent Wednesday

Corn futures firmed somewhat Wednesday afternoon. FULL STORY »

Lighter Side: Make the dash for bacon and cash

What better way to celebrate International Bacon Day than with a bacon-filled treasure hunt that includes bacon prizes and cold hard cash? FULL STORY »

Gas prices going into Labor Day hit four year low

The U.S. average retail price for regular gasoline was $3.45/gallon (gal) this past Monday, the lowest price on the Monday before Labor Day since 2010. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Beached whale for breakfast

Vegetarians love to pretend that humans are ‘naturally’ inclined to avoid meat. But a bizarre scene in South Africa shows that people will go to disturbing lengths for a meal of meat. FULL STORY »

Photo of the day: Pig farming not a 9 to 5 job

It should come to no surprise to anyone working within the industry that pig farmers don't have typical working hours. Consumers, on the other hand, likely don’t know this little fact. FULL STORY »

Missouri’s ‘Right to Farm’ heads to recount

Missouri voters barely passed the state’s Right to Farm amendment earlier this month, and now the votes will be recounted at the request of the measure’s opposition. FULL STORY »

Bigger is better with the new John Deere 2730 Combination Ripper

"Go big or go home" has become the theme for many producers as fields get bigger and more emphasis is put on operational efficiency. To help meet those demands, John Deere introduces the 2730 Combination Ripper, a primary tillage tool that sizes and buries residue in the fall which then prepares for one-pass secondary tillage in the spring. FULL STORY »

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