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New Dirt on Palmer Amaranth

1 month ago
How is it that Palmer amaranth—known for traveling across parts of 28 states via birds, livestock feed, equipment and conservation seed mixes—could show up in potting soil or flower seeds?There’s no for-sure answer yet but researchers are trying to figure it out, says Tom Peters t [...]
Julianne Johnston

New Dirt on Palmer Amaranth

1 month ago
How is it that Palmer amaranth—known for traveling across parts of 28 states via birds, livestock feed, equipment and conservation seed mixes—could show up in potting soil or flower seeds?There’s no for-sure answer yet but researchers are trying to figure it out, says Tom Peters t [...]
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Lighthizer: "NAFTA Has Failed Many Americans"

1 month 1 week ago
It's an historical day for the United States as the first round of negotiations to rewrite the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), got underway Wednesday morning in Washington D.C.  In effect since January 1994, NAFTA created a Free Trade Zone between Canada, Mexico and the U [...]
Jim Wiesemeyer

Rescuers Train to Cheat Death on the Farm

1 month 1 week ago
Mark Baker doesn't mess around when it comes to teaching volunteer firefighters how to rescue someone trapped in a grain bin. Even when it's a carefully controlled situation.
Julianne Johnston

NAFTA Investments Face Uncertainty

1 month 1 week ago
Grain harvest in south Texas may be over, but product is still rolling.  “My sorghum is just pretty much gone,” said Charles Ring, a producer from Sinton, Tx. “There are just a few loads left.”  Exports have been essential to prices for decades now.  [...]
Julianne Johnston

Mexican Grain Importers Pause Investments

1 month 1 week ago
Whether it’s loaded and driven, or rolls out by rail, U.S. grains are pouring out of our country and heading for end users in Mexico.  “We use raw material [such as] corn, sorghum, wheat and fiber-like cotton seed hulls to make feed for livestock,” said Ricardo Eliz [...]
Roger Bernard

Mexican Grain Buyers Importing From South America

1 month 1 week ago
Mexican Elevators, Feed Mills Possibly Importing from South America Mexico is a deficit ag producer and for things like corn, imports are essential. While proximity and infrastructure has made the U.S. a logical trading partner, buyers here are now looking to the sea.  As the feed go [...]
Julianne Johnston

FDA Relaxes Restrictions on UF Milk

1 month 1 week ago
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is easing its policy on some domestic milk products. It’s a change the dairy industry has been pushing for 20 years, but trade tension with Canada brought it to the forefront.  Earlier this year, Canada changed its policy and stopped importing [...]
Julianne Johnston

Opioid Use A Problem In Rural America

1 month 1 week ago
President Donald Trump is addressing the opioid epidemic as a national emergency. It’s an issue bleeding throughout the country, in both rural and urban communities.  “Nobody is safe from this epidemic that threatens young and old, rich and poor, urban and rural communities,&r [...]
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Owning versus Leasing a Propane Tank: Which Is Better for Your Operation?

1 month 1 week ago
If you’re one of the many farmers expanding propane storage for your operation, you may find yourself contemplating the pros and cons of leasing a propane tank versus purchasing and owning one. While owning a tank gives your operation greater flexibility with fuel suppliers, the upfront cost can be [...]
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