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Macy woman charged with locking child in basement

MACY, Neb. (AP) _ A Macy woman has been arrested on charges that she locked her 10-year-old foster son in a basement storage room. Reports say federal prosecutors charged 34-year-old Krista Parker wit... Read More

NCBA: KORUS

WASHINGTON (September 24, 2018) – Today National Cattlemen's Beef Association President Kevin Kester released the following statement in response to the signing of the modernized Korea-United States Trade Agreement (KORUS): “KORUS is a prime e... Read More

President Trump fulfills promise U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today issued the following statement regarding the signing of the new United States-Republic of Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS): “We are entering into a new KORUS agreement that is a better deal ... Read More

Futures One Crop Progress Report *AUDIO*

Though heavy rains halted fieldwork in portions of the Upper Midwest last week, nationwide, the corn and soybean harvest remained ahead of the average pace, USDA's National Ag Statistics Service said in its weekly Crop Progress report on Monday. L... Read More

Applications Available for the 2019 Corn and Soy Ambassador Program

LINCOLN, NEBR. – The Nebraska Corn Growers Association and the Nebraska Soybean Association are pleased to announce that applications are now open for the 2019 Corn and Soy Ambassador Program. The Corn and Soy Ambassador Program is a year long prog... Read More

Phenotype Still Matters

Genetic tests are available for everything from birthweight to carcass weight, so it's tempting to select your next herd bull based on those results alone. Just think, no more driving all across the country to look at pen after pen of yearling bulls.... Read More

New Trend Brings Together Rural Landowners, Biking Enthusiasts

Marsha Daughenbaugh doesn't ride bicycles -- she rides horses. The third-generation rancher in rural Routt County, Colorado, works the meadows just outside the county seat of Steamboat Springs. Decades ago, her grandfather started, and she still runs... Read More

Keep kids safe this harvest

Keeping children safe while they live, play and work on farms can be challenging. It’s even more difficult during harvest season – a peak time for agricultural injuries. Long hours, a flurry of activity, less-than-ideal weather conditions and wo... Read More

New Mexico ranchers worry about possible land restrictions

Some New Mexico ranchers are worried they could lose their way of life as the U.S. Bureau of Land Management revises its resource management plan. Land could be subject to classification as wilderness, a move that ranchers worry could restrict the... Read More

Minnesota orchards debut new apple variety called First Kiss

Apple picking is next to pumpkin spice and football on the list of fall favorites, and most Minnesota orchards are now fully stocked with apples ready to be plucked from trees. "Everybody should get out to their local orchard when they can, becaus... Read More

Soy Checkoff Gathers International Nutritionists in Southeast Asia

The Global Animal Nutrition Working Group hosted 25 nutritionists, farmer leaders and industry experts in Phuket, Thailand in advance of the Feed Technology and Animal Nutrition Conference. The soy checkoff-hosted event offered open-forum discussi... Read More