Saturday, June 24, 2017

A highly sensitive analytical test that detects minute amounts of animal-protein contamination in livestock feed has been developed.

Pennsylvania may have received nursery plants infected with the fungus-like plant pathogen Phytophthora ramorum, also known as Sudden Oak Death.

Grain farmers across the country are enjoying some of the highest commodity prices they have seen in several years.


Comprehensive energy legislation now in Congress may ease high energy prices pinching America's farm families.

Project is moving forward but nothing is concrete yet, says spokesperson.

Dairy experts skeptical about just how much CWT contributed to the increase in milk prices.

Project could be first new generation cooperative formed in Ohio.

The U.S. inventory of all hogs and pigs March 1 was up 2 percent from last year but 2 percent below December's numbers.

Processor consolidation and rising retail influence has changed the ag ball game.

April meeting answers horse owners' questions about pasture management.
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