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Fighting Weed Resistance Starts with Good Decisions

  A farmer’s job is filled with choices month in and month out. How to be sure you’re making the right ones? That’s going to be the challenge in 2015 and beyond.  With new options for weed control hitting the

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Apply Now for Soy See for Yourself Program

Many soybeans have been delivered to the elevator, but where will they go next? The Soy Checkoff invites farmers to meet some of their biggest customers and learn about the impact they make on farmers’ bottom lines during this year’s

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Neonicotinoid Seed Treatments Critical for Certain Soybean Operations

In comments submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today, the American Soybean Association (ASA) disagreed with the conclusions of a recent report from EPA that calls into question the efficacy of neonicotinoid seed treatments in soybean operations. In the association’s

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Indiana Pork Names 2015 Youth Ambassadors

Cameron Mann and Kaila Taylor were recently named the 2015 Youth Ambassadors by . The Youth Ambassador’s will serve a year long term beginning this month. They will attend several public facing events promoting Indiana’s pork industry and will work

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Study Confirms COOL Doesn’t Affect Volume, Price of Cattle Exports to U.S.

A new study released yesterday (Thursday) by Auburn University professor Dr. Robert Taylor shows Country-of-Origin Labeling did not cause the declines in livestock exports to the United States – which coincided with a substantial global economic downturn that sapped demand

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Soil Health Touted at Washington EPA Meeting

The importance of soil health and what farmers are doing about it was communicated loud and clear at a meeting this week of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Farm, Ranch and Rural Communities Federal Advisory Committee. Presenting on behalf of

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Closing Comments

Closing Comments Corn Traders fear increased flow of corn as farmers start to sell this spring. Exporters shipped 34.9 million bushels of corn in the week ending January 22, up from 29.4 million the previous week and up from the

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Jim Riley Market Review for 1/26/2015

Agriculture today is not what it was a decade ago and the futures market that is at the heart of the world farm economy has changed dramatically in just the past few years. Electronic trading and speculative funds have rendered

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Study Confirms COOL Doesn’t Affect Volume, Price of Cattle Exports to U.S.

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Soil Health Touted at Washington EPA Meeting