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Internet program taps into National Weather Service and other data to guide irrigation scheduling for Missouri farmers.
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NCBA president Craig Uden has a family history of industry activism and hopes to unite producers around common goals.
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More than 100 innovations were added to the 2018 Polaris Ranger XP 1000.
Fetal programming – the idea that lifelong performance is preprogrammed before calves are born – is sparking new thinking among beef researchers.
Consulting veterinarian Keith Aljets from southeast Iowa said that sow farms he works with are getting from 14 to 16 pigs born alive in some litters, and go the extra mile to keep ALL of them alive.