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U.S. Farm Production Expenditures Continue to Climb

U.S. farmers spent $367.3 billion on agricultural production in 2013, a 2% increase from 2012, according to the Farm Production Expenditures report, p...
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Prepare for New Farm Bill Provisions Now

BATON ROUGE, La. – Although signup is months away, agricultural landowners and producers need to begin planning for decisions they will have to make...
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UAV Symposium Highlights Challenges and Opportunities

The only thing louder than the drone of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) was the buzz of attendee questions at the Delta Farm Tech Symposium at the Agri...
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U.S.G.C. Conference Assesses China’s Feed Grains Outlook

More than 300 participants crowded the U.S. Grain and Oilseed Market and Trade Forum, held last week in Beijing, to assess the evolving role of trade ...
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Gray Wolf “Effect” on Foxes and Coyotes

Scientists have used coyote and red fox fur trapping records across North America to document how the presence of wolves influences the balance of sma...
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Grain Mission to Korea Highlights Successes

U.S. corn exports have staged a dramatic comeback in South Korea, driven by the record 2013 U.S. corn crop. However, the U.S. drought of 2012 is still...
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China Books More U.S. Soybeans

A purchase agreement signed June 5th in Des Moines will result in four Panamax ships full of soybeans setting sail from the United States to China dur...
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PEDv affecting U.S. Pork Exports

Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv) is having an impact on pork exports. Eleven countries have limited imports of live hogs and one has banned pork...
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International Work Broadens Ag Student’s Horizons

When Mississippi State University senior Will Gentry went to Africa in 2013 for a short visit to expand his academic horizons, he ended up staying lon...
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China Books More U.S. Soybeans

A purchase agreement signed June 5th in Des Moines will result in four Panamax ships full of soybeans setting sail from the United States to China dur...