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Farmers who actively tilled fields near turkey barns in the early days of Minnesota’s avian influenza outbreak last year may have unwittingly helped spread the virus, a new University of…

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A new University of Florida-led study shows how Australian wheat farmers can use hypothetical 10-day weather forecasts to increase their annual profits by hundreds of thousands of dollars, a finding…

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The blizzard in the central high plains is hard on livestock but the USDA says it likely won’t be hard on winter wheat. USDA Meteorologist Eric Leubeheusen says temperatures will…

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The unusual market fundamentals for wheat, especially for U.S. wheat, in marketing 2015/16 remain bearish with the U.S. dollar hanging near its 12 year highs and freight rates spiraling to…

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Last week, NAWG filed comments with the EPA regarding the proposed pesticide certification requirements for the use of restricted use pesticides, expressing concern about the increased requirements on growers and…

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