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World Food Day 2014 celebrated family farmers

World Food Day was celebrated on Wednesday, Oct. 16. The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) recognized family farmers as central to solving global hunger and malnutrition. FULL STORY »

Winner of 2014 Borlaug CAST Communication Award named

The Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST) presented the 2014 Borlaug CAST Communication Award to Alison Van Eenennaam, Ph.D., Oct. 15, at a morning event in conjunction with the World Food Prize Symposium in Des Moines, Iowa. FULL STORY »

Hogs diverged badly from stable Wednesday night action

Big cash losses are extending Wednesday’s hog breakdown. Pork prices stabilized Wednesday after having plummeted the day before. FULL STORY »

Record corn crop realized and forecast raised

The U.S. 2014/15 corn yield forecast is raised once again to a new record high of 174.2 bushels per acre, 2.5 bushels higher than last month’s forecast. FULL STORY »

Large stock market losses depressed commodities Wednesday

Big equity losses weighed on the ag markets Wednesday. Tuesday’s weekly USDA Crop Progress indicated the corn harvest was farther along than expected, which weighed on CBOT futures in early trading. FULL STORY »

U.S. encouraged by progress with Japan on Pacific trade pact

Progress in U.S. talks with Japan towards a Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact is encouraging, but difficult issues remain, the acting deputy U.S. trade representative said on Wednesday. FULL STORY »

Lighter Side: Cream cheese jumps on bacon bandwagon

Ready for bacon-flavored cream cheese? Kraft sure hopes you are! FULL STORY »

Canada worker, hog shortages leave industry squealing

Shortages of hogs and packing plant workers in Canada, exacerbated by recent government restrictions, may severely cut hog processing and pork exports, helping to keep North American retail pork prices near record highs. FULL STORY »

Financial markets affected commodity futures Tuesday morning

Big equity losses are weighing on the ag markets. The weekly USDA Crop Progress indicated the corn harvest was farther along than expected, which weighed on CBOT futures in early trading. FULL STORY »

Consumers less likely to spend money on beef products, deli ham

Oklahoma State University's October Food Demand Survey shows that while people are spending more in grocery stores on food, they are less willing to buy steak, hamburger, chicken breast and deli ham than one month ago. FULL STORY »

Lighter Side: Behold; the veggie burger that bleeds

No, that’s not a typo. A Stanford University biochemisty professor has invented a vegan-friendly, meat-free burger that doesn’t just look the part of the real deal. It “bleeds” juice, too. FULL STORY »

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