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Daily Farmers Struggle Due To Falling Prices Of Milk In Spain
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New Balers, Spray Technology Add to Stack of New Options for Farmers

Vermeer is rolling out two new balers. The company is introducing the new 504R Signature baler and the 604 Pro silage baler. This baler is designed for the operator who primarily bales dry hay but also wants to be able to put up a healthy dose of wet hay This makes the 504R Signature the ultimate fit for most hay operations requiring 5-foot-by-4-foot bales...

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Sunflower Field Draws Interest In Central Florida
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Cover Crop Acreage UP

The FDA has awarded grants up to $1.5 million to help tribal operations and local food producers receive appropriate food safety training. Agri-Pulse reports that a new survey shows cover crops get rave reviews from producers that plant them, while those that don't, are skeptical of their benefits...

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Equine Herpes Case Confirmed in WA State

The $43 billion deal between Syngenta and Chem China has some farmers believing it will be beneficial the WSJ reports. The paper cites U.S. farmers’ complex relationship with China, whose economic growth has spurred demand for agricultural commodities ...

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John Deere Reports Lower Quarterly Profits
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Deere & Co. Layoffs; Whitefly Found in Florida

This weekend Wall Street Journal reported that Deere & Company posted a strong earnings on the announcement that they will be cutting tractor and combine production after the fourth year of falling sales. By...

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Washington Apple Crop Up 15 Percent; China Acquiring Farmland

Northwest cherry harvest is over and cherry growers shipped close to 21 million pounds of fruit this year, big sizes and excellent quality being the norm...

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California Wine Crop Bringing Higher Prices; Slickspot Peppergrass Threatened Species

Slickspot peppergrass a plant that lives on about 60,000 acres of sagebrush-steppe habitat in southwestern Idaho, will once again be considered a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act...

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California Agriculture Faces Challenges As Drought Continues
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Increase of Land Values Cuts Profit Margins; Candidate Opposes TPP

Monday’s Farmland Rental Report by Rabobank's Sterling Liddell stated that affordable cropland isn't just something that could improve producer margins; it's something that is an absolute necessity, Land valuations and rental rates need to be decreased over the course of the next two years to compensate for decreased commodity prices and tighter profit margins...

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Farmers Spent Less On Ag Production In 2016

U.S. farmers spent far less on agriculture production in 2015 compared to 2014, according to the Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service...

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U.S. and Brazil Reach Beef Agreement

The U.S. and Brazil have agreed to allow access to each other's beef markets after more than a decade of negotiations. Brazil's Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply has agreed to imports of U...

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Steak Tenderness Inherited; Wolf Management and Merger Talks for Equipment Dealers

WSU animal nutrition scientist researcher Frank Hendrix has built the perfect steak using cattle DNA tenderness markers that he developed with a team from WSU Animal Sciences...

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Wild Place Project Welcomes A Pack Of Wolves
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Monsanto Looking at BASF; House Approves Bill For Delisting of Gray Wolves

Monsanto’s reported pivot towards BASF has the business community a buzz . Bloomberg columnist Brooke Sutherland wrote that it could be “a ploy to get more money out of Bayer...

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Cattlemen’s Groups Squabble Over FOI Rules, Beer Labels Will Count Calories and Slim Pickin’s for Late Cherries

Agri-pulse reports that The U.S. Cattlemen's Association sent a letter to the National Cattlemen's Beef Association asking why the organization lobbied for rules that would have limited the Freedom of Information Act requests to checkoff organizations...

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