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Dept. of Agriculture 10h
🚨 Crop Progress Report 🚨 92% of U.S. corn planted versus 83% last week, 100% last year. 77% of U.S. soybeans planted versus 60% last week, 96% last year.
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Eric D. Hargan 13h
Productive discussion with Cloquet Community Memorial Hospital CEO Rick Breuer and staff alongside and Deputy Secretary Stephen Censky to highlight the vital role rural hospitals play in care delivery to patients in .
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Ajit Pai 13h
America's farms and ranches rely heavily on connectivity, as I've seen everywhere from Kansas to Idaho. Pleased to announce creation of precision agriculture task force! Working with , we aim to deliver broadband to those who produce the food we put on the table.
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Dept. of Agriculture 13h
Signup for the new Dairy Margin Coverage (DMC) program, that helps dairy producers manage the volatility of milk & feed prices, begins today. More information about the program:
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USDA NRCS 15h
Happy ! Here are 7 tips to transform your garden into a paradise for .
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Dept. of Agriculture 15h
Five major crops are heavily dependent upon insect pollination: almonds, apples, blueberries, melons, & squash
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Dept. of Agriculture 17h
It’s National Pollinator Week! Be part of a nationwide effort to restore pollinator habitat.
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Dept. of Agriculture Jun 16
Today and every day, we express our deepest gratitude to our fathers for providing care and wisdom in our lives. Happy to all the dads out there! 📸 pumpkincreekranch | Instagram
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USDA Forest Service Jun 15
The Forest Service is focused on creating a diverse and inclusive agency. It takes all personalities, identities, cultures, and communities to create a resilient Forest Service.
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TODAY Jun 14
How long do leftovers last? USDA issues reminder about meal-prep food safety
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Dept. of Agriculture Jun 14
Nation’s wettest 12-month period on record slows down
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Sec. Sonny Perdue Jun 14
The Stars and Stripes is a powerful symbol of freedom, hope, and opportunity and represents the enduring spirit of our great country.
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Dept. of Agriculture Jun 14
The Stars and Stripes are a powerful symbol of freedom, hope & opportunity. Happy ! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
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USDA NRCS Jun 13
Do you have an innovative technology solution focusing on conservation adoption, water quantity, pollinator habitat, or urban agriculture? Apply for a Conservation Innovation Grant today:
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Dept. of Agriculture Jun 13
Just announced: signup for the new Dairy Margin Coverage (DMC) program, the cornerstone program of the dairy safety net that helps dairy producers manage the volatility of milk & feed prices, begins Monday
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Dept. of Agriculture Jun 13
We recently launched a new feature to help farmers navigate the H-2A process – check it out
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Sec. Sonny Perdue Jun 13
We picked Kansas City for the new location of & . KC helps us move closer to our stakeholders & redirects taxpayer savings into funding for research of critical needs like rural prosperity and agricultural competitiveness. More HERE:
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usdaRMA Jun 13
Farming is a risky business, but we’re here to help you manage that risk.
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Dept. of Agriculture Jun 13
There are over 1.2 million women are working America’s lands - that is more than a third of our nation’s farmers. Together, these women are generating $148 billion in annual agricultural sales!
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APLU Jun 12
Thank you for welcoming 1890 land-grant university presidents to today to celebrate the Farm Bill’s inclusion of an 1890 Scholarship Program that will provide each 1890 institution with at least $2 million in new funding for scholarships.
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