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No matter how diligently you keep records, manage pastures, rotate cattle, and watch for possible sickness -- droughts still happen, cattle get sick, and prices fall. Check out these cattle producers who are proactive in their approaches for meeting demand
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Jason Webster speaks to farmers about the planter of the future and the technologies indicating the future isn't far off.
Double-digit harvest strides were common this week, especially in the western Corn Belt, USDA says.
What the Board of Water Works Trustees approved Thursday is a 60-day notification of intent to sue the county supervisors who run the drainage districts for discharging pollutants without a permit.
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