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Successful Farming 12h
1. Feed costs are lower.
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Successful Farming 15h
Put this delicious casserole together the night before, and all you'll have to do on Easter morning is pop it in the oven.
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Successful Farming 16h
3 Big Things: Grain markets closed for Good Friday; corn sales jump week-to week while beans, wheat mixed; flooding still the dominate feature as Red, Missouri, Mississippi Rivers all over their banks.
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Successful Farming Apr 18
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Successful Farming Apr 18
“The best thing you can do is to show empathy rather than sympathy.”
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Successful Farming Apr 18
“We are dealing with lower prices, but we still have to produce a good, consistent product. We can’t cut back on too much or our cows won’t continue to produce that good, consistent product,” says Jason Brockshus.
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Successful Farming Apr 18
1. Choose a uniform site.
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Successful Farming Apr 18
The company is unveiling its “Wrangler Rooted Collection,” a limited, premium line made from cotton that is traceable right down to the farm on which it was grown.
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Successful Farming Apr 18
Just like in your jeans, there may be hidden dollars in the metaphorical pockets of your farm that could be put to use. It’s time to do some digging.
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Successful Farming Apr 18
The U.S. won a World Trade Organization ruling on Thursday against China's use of tariff-rate quotas for imported rice, wheat and corn, which it successfully argued limited market access for U.S. grain exports.
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Successful Farming Apr 18
3 Big Things: Wheat declines overnight on favorable conditions; ethanol production last week hits highest in six weeks, stockpiles plunge; storms hitting parts of several states including Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois.
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Betsy Freese Apr 18
"Everyone argues that we won’t get it here because we have modern systems with strong biosecurity. We have tools to control PRRS and PED and we still break with those viruses every year, so why couldn’t we get ASF?"
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Successful Farming Apr 17
If you’re trying to prioritize nitrogen application, planting, and weed control this spring, place N application on the back end.
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Successful Farming Apr 17
Cattle, dairy, and hog inventories all jumped between 2012 and 2017 amid increasing global demand for protein, according to the 2017 Census of Agriculture.
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davekurns Apr 16
Why African Swine Fever Will Have a Devastating Impact on the Pork Industry
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Successful Farming Apr 17
3 Big Things: Grains, beans higher overnight on bargain hunting; trade talks drone on as China pushes back on allowing ractomine; strong storms may bring hail, 70-mile-per-hour winds to southern Plains.
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Successful Farming Apr 16
ASF has spread to every province in mainland China and will soon affect an estimated 150-200 million pigs, says Christine McCracken.
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Successful Farming Apr 16
China’s negotiators have resisted lifting the ractopamine restriction even though Beijing may boost imports of U.S. pork as its own hog herd is devastated by disease, the sources said.
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Successful Farming Apr 16
In its Crop Progress Report Monday, the USDA pegged U.S. corn planting at 3% complete, behind the 5% five-year average.
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Successful Farming Apr 16
Iowa may see upwards of $2 billion in state losses, according to the Iowa Farm Bureau, while Nebraska has reported more than $1 billion.
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