Crop & Feed

FDA changes compliance policy for salmonella in feeds

The FDA this week released a new Compliance Policy Guide (CPG) regarding Salmonella contamination in food for animals, creating a zero-tolerance standard for pet foods and a less-stringent risk-based standard for livestock feeds. FULL STORY »

New system gives insight into animals' feeding habits

A new system that monitors livestock feeding behavior has been developed by USDA scientists. FULL STORY »

‘Focus on Soybean’ webcast addresses aphid thresholds

The generally-agreed-upon treatment threshold for soybean aphid is 250 aphids per plant. But with soybean values running so high, do these recommendations still apply? FULL STORY »

What's happening to nitrogen in fields after a wet, cool spring?

Many Minnesota fields have exhibited significant variation in plant growth and yellowing this spring. FULL STORY »

Hubbard Feeds introduces GutCIE for improved pig gut health

The area of gut health and performance is a high priority at Hubbard Feeds. Higher feed intake can lead to longer intestinal villa, improved absorption of nutrients and the reduction of disease-causing bacteria such as E. coli. FULL STORY »

What two recent Supreme Court rulings say and don’t say

Just one month after it issued a ruling in Bowman v. Monsanto, the US Supreme Court issued another decision on a genetic patent in Association for Molecular Pathology et. al. v. Myriad Genetics, Inc. et.al. FULL STORY »

Podcast helps soybean farmers deal with white mold

A group of university researchers, in conjunction with the North Central Soybean Research Program (NCSRP), have created a podcast to help farmers deal with white mold, a disease of soybeans. FULL STORY »

Some soybeans suffer herbicide injury; are likely to recover

Recent heavy rainfall in parts of Indiana have created conditions ideal for herbicide injury from certain pre-emergence PPO inhibitors in soybean fields, two Purdue Extension weed scientists say. FULL STORY »

Corn conditions a tad better than last year

This year may be wetter than 2012 for some Corn Belt states, but that doesn’t mean corn conditions are much better. FULL STORY »

New tools emerging to measure soil health

The Michigan State University Upper Peninsula Research and Extension Center is considering new tools to evaluate soil health and fertility. FULL STORY »

Difficult to anticipate corn production

The corn market appears to be having difficulty anticipating the likely size of the 2013 U.S. crop. FULL STORY »

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