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The Wednesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Arlan Suderman of INTL FC Stone

Lower grains in the trade.  Big trade factors today include the FEDS Statement, Brexit & China tariff deadline.  What will happen between now & Sunday with China & how will the markets ... Read More

The Monday Fontanelle Final Bell with Sam Hudson of Cornbelt Marketing

USMCA Chatter.  Spitting of weather across the Midwest.  Soybeans sharply higher-funds are short.  Trade deal talks of last week makes some worried that a deal with China might not be done.  Extended crop reports…crop report out tomorrow-can we... Read More

Beef specialist receives UW Extension’s top honor

Helping with one of the livestock industry’s most critical programs and his outreach efforts on behalf of 4-H are some of the reasons a beef specialist has received the University of Wyoming Extension’s top honor. Steve Paisley, director of the ... Read More

Nebraska Leopold Conservation Award Seeks Nominees

LINCOLN, Neb. -- Know a Nebraska rancher, farmer or forester who goes above and beyond in the care and management of natural resources? Nominate them for the 2020 Nebraska Leopold Conservation Award®. Sand County Foundation presents the Leopold ... Read More

China Fuels October Pork Exports; Beef Exports Down from Last Year

Strong demand from China bolstered U.S. pork exports in October, according to data released by USDA and compiled by the U.S. Export Federation (USMEF), while October beef exports were below the very high totals posted a year ago. October pork expo... Read More

Settlement on Cooperatives Working Together Lifts Cloud over Dairy

The National Milk Producers Federation announced a settlement agreement that would end a class-action lawsuit concerning the Herd Retirement Program that ended back in 2010. The program was administered through the federation’s Cooperatives Work... Read More

ASI Applauds EPA Label Approval for Sodium Cyanide

DENVER -- Today, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced the final interim decision for the registered use of sodium cyanide. Working with U.S. Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services, the label for this predator ... Read More

Improving the Bottom-line of Breeding: Three State Beef Conference

In a joint effort, Nebraska, Missouri and Iowa Extension are hosting three meetings to address how to set up an economical and successful breeding season. The registration fee is $25 per person. It includes a meal and a copy of the conference proceed... Read More

Giving Tuesday Launches Fourth Annual Hams Across America Initiative

When it comes to giving back to their communities, pig farmers across the U.S. like to adopt the "go big or go home attitude", and this Giving Tuesday is no different. Today, U.S. pig farmers, the National Pork Board, the National Pork Producers Coun... Read More

NCBA Seeks Clarity and Consistency in Beef Origin Labeling Practices

The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), the nation's oldest and largest national organization representing American cattle producers, today reaffirmed its policy supporting voluntary country-of-origin labeling (COOL). Because the associat... Read More

NFL Players to Showcase  Passion for Fuel Up to Play 60

ROSEMONT, Ill. – Ten National Football League (NFL) players will vividly showcase their passion for the farmer-created Fuel Up to Play 60 program during games played on Dec. 8. The NFL’s “My Cause My Cleats” campaign allows players the opp... Read More