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USDA Declarations Bring Drought Assistance to NW Mo.

  Farmers in 63 Missouri counties, including counties in Northwest Missouri, are eligible for drought assistance after Wednesday’s USDA declaration. …Read More

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Grains Council Releases 2012-2013 Corn Harvest Quality Report

The U.S. Grain Council’s Corn Harvest Quality Report for 2012-2013 shows the overall quality of the 2012 U.S. corn crop …Read More

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Farm Bureau to Senate: Pass Russia PNTR

Russia has formally joined the World Trade Organization – but to guarantee U.S. access to the market-opening and legal aspects …Read More

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As Congress Focuses on Fiscal Cliff, Milk Producers Warn of a Dairy Cliff

As Congress tries to find a way to avoid the fiscal cliff – farm groups are asking that they also …Read More

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Western State’s Pipedream Over Missouri River Water

DENVER (AP) — Federal officials are considering a pipeline to pump water from the Missouri River to western states to …Read More

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Production Restricted at SD Slaughtering Plant

ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) — The northern South Dakota city of Aberdeen has reduced the number of cattle that a new …Read More

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Thieves Targeting Hay bales in Mo.

ST. LOUIS (AP) — In this year of near-record drought, hay is becoming a precious commodity. Now, it is being …Read More

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Scholarships Help Keep the Pipeline Stocked with Ag Pilots

Dr. Gary Fellows – BASF Plant Health Technical Services Manager – says America needs more qualified aerial applicators. He says …Read More

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Professor at University of Missouri Does Part to Bring Youth to Ag

A class at the University of Missouri is designed to teach students the skills they need to overcome the financial …Read More

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Farm Bill Options

House Ag Chairman Frank Lucas says a deal to avoid going off the fiscal cliff could enable Congress to pass …Read More

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RFA Calls on EPA to Revise Lifecycle GHG Analyses of Corn and Sugarcane Ethanol

Since the Environmental Protection Agency finalized the Renewable Fuel Standard almost three years ago – Renewable Fuels Association President and …Read More

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Market analyst to assess drought impact on cattle

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — The final day of the 100th convention of the Kansas Livestock Association will include a report …Read More

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Drought Getting Worse, Again

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A new report shows that the nation’s worst drought in decades has worsened for a second …Read More

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Monsanto invests $100M in seed production capacity

WACO, Neb. (AP) — Monsanto is investing more than $100 million to expand four of its seed processing plants in …Read More

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Support for No-Cost Sugar Policy Should Strengthen in Light of Falling Prices

USDA data shows U.S. raw sugar prices dropped another nine-percent in October. The October 2012 average price is nearly 40-percent …Read More

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Groups Seek Emergency Declaration for Mississippi River Situation

President Obama and the Federal Emergency Management Agency have received a request for a presidential declaration of emergency. The request …Read More

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NCBA’s Woodall Says Cattle Producers Face Difficult Political Road

For the cattle industry – National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Vice President of Government Affairs Collin Woodall says the denial of …Read More

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Efforts to Avert Fiscal Cliff Continue

Officials have said this week that private talks between the President and top Congressional leaders to avoid the so-called fiscal …Read More

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