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WTO again sides with Canada, Mexico on US COOL law

The World Trade Organization (WTO) on October 20, as expected, ruled on the side of Canada and Mexico in the ongoing battle over the U.S. mandatory Country-of-Origin-Labeling (COOL) law, saying some COOL requirements treat Canadian and Mexican livestock less favorable than U.S. livestock. FULL STORY »

Is there a right to farm?

After a recent vote (and a recount), Missouri has decided to make an addition to its state constitution: a right to farm amendment. The closeness of the vote necessitated the recount. Out of almost a million votes cast, the difference between supporters and opponents was just 2,375 votes. FULL STORY »

Soil, crops benefit from manure

With harvest nearing, pork producers and grain farmers will soon prep for fall field nutrient applications. The Illinois Pork Producers Association reminds pork producers to pay attention to details, as they pump manure that will be applied on crop acres as a sustainable fertilizer option FULL STORY »

Tis the season for...mold growth

Have you ever opened a bag of feed that smells a little musty or put your hand in the feed bunk in the middle of the winter and the ration is too hot to touch? FULL STORY »

6 habits of strategic thinkers

To make the most of your business, spend time “thinking” instead of “doing.” FULL STORY »

Lighter Side: Two ranchers join HSUS ‘ag council’ in Okla.

The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) may have attempted to claim some credibility by launching a state “agriculture council” in Oklahoma, but the results leave much to be desired. FULL STORY »

Iowa leads USDA's list of top 100 ag co-ops

Iowa is home to more top 100 agricultural cooperatives than any other state, according to recently released USDA data. The number of top 100 co-ops in Iowa, 16, is up from 11 a decade ago. FULL STORY »

World Food Day 2014 toasts family farmers

A new survey highlights tension between love for the land and trying to make ends meet among North American family farmers. 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 »

Soggy weather stalls corn harvest yet again

Thanks to fickle weather, it’s been a slow start to the 2014 corn harvest with just 24 percent of harvest completed FULL STORY »

Decades of innovation

To the casual observer, the rolling countryside of central Missouri is a rustic setting that’s seen little change over the past decades. But look beyond the fruit orchards and cornfields, and you’ll find the 21st century is right at home on the farm of David and Sharon Stephens, who have been named 2014 Pork Industry Environmental Stewards. FULL STORY »

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