Tennessee Field Reports: Farmers Hope for Rain Sep 24, 2019

    🕔Sep 24, 2019
    Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending September 22, 2019. County Agent Comments Jake Mallard, Madison County No rain for 20 plus days has really set the late planted […]

    Livestock: International Trade Moderating U.S. Meat Production Oct 17, 2016

    🕔Oct 17, 2016
    Recently released data indicates U.S. meat exports continued to grow year over year for August, with international trade moderating increased U.S meat production. Beef exports increased 29.5 percent compared to […]

    Texas Plant Protection Association Conference, Bryan, Dec. 6-7 Oct 17, 2016

    🕔Oct 17, 2016
    Agricultural technology will be the focus of the 28th annual Texas Plant Protection Association Conference Dec. 6-7 at the Brazos Center, 3232 Briarcrest Drive in Bryan. “We have an outstanding […]

    Keith Good: U.S. Hog Price Calamity; Right to Ban GMO, Says European Union Mar 3, 2015

    🕔Mar 3, 2015
    Greatest Collapse of Hog Prices Ever – From Purdue Purdue University agricultural economist Chris Hurt indicted yesterday from the farmdoc daily blog, Hogs: Price Collapse – ‘Buy the Rumor. Sell the Fact’ – Podcast,that “A […]

    Florida: 15th Annual Bull Test Results Summary Jan 10, 2015

    🕔Jan 10, 2015
    Recently, the 15th Florida Bull Test was completed. The test is conducted at the North Florida Research and Education Center (NFREC) in Marianna, FL. This year 103 bulls were received from […]

    Iowa: Largest Feed Mill in the Midwest Opens in Ellsworth Dec 29, 2014

    🕔Dec 29, 2014
    will be the largest producer of feed in the Midwest once it is fully operational in January. The facility includes a storage area for about 1,000 tons of finished feed for turkeys […]

    Economist: Livestock Industry Will Have Strong Rebound Nov 21, 2014

    🕔Nov 21, 2014
    Livestock producers can look forward to an economic “mini-boom” that may last for the next several years, providing opportunities for expansion of herds and flocks, Purdue University agricultural economist Chris […]

    Oklahoma: Planting Progresses but Rains Provide Little Relief – USDA May 19, 2014

    🕔May 19, 2014
    Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending May 18, 2014. Moderate to heavy rainfall in the last week helped stop the expansion of the drought eastward across Oklahoma. However, […]

    Livestock: How Did Cattle Prices Get So High? May 5, 2014

    🕔May 5, 2014
    Listen to MP3 podcast Where did the record cattle prices this year come from? That is a question almost all analysts and many cattle producers are asking. It was not […]

    Virginia: Corn Planting Continues to Make Slow Progress – USDA Apr 28, 2014

    🕔Apr 28, 2014
    Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending April 27, 2014. Virginia experienced seasonable temperatures and scattered rain showers this week. A strong storm moved into the Commonwealth on Friday […]


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