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Since Sept. 1, 2018, American soybean exports to China have declined by 80% of the three-year annual average. It will take years to rebuild that market.

While farmers have had to delay planting because of wet weather, it's not panic time yet. If crops get planted in late May or early June, and we have good growing conditions, we could still end up with a good crop.

Get out your soil probes and shovels and help Penn State Extension, the SCN Coalition, and the Pennsylvania Soybean Board track the Soybean Cyst Nematode.

If your goal is bigger than "making it through the busy season," then that can help you focus on what matters most.

Learn more about common forage-related disorders — bloat, grass tetany and nitrate poisoning — to prevent livestock from getting ill or dying.

Close attention to proper semen care and insemination will improve your conception rates when breeding cattle. Learn more about proper techniques.

The reality in today's grim grain markets is that the bad weather is not even in the USDA reports yet.

Dairy cattle continue to be a significant contributor to the commercial U.S. beef supply.

The 2019 International Precision Dairy Conference will be held June 18-20 in Rochester, Minn.

The Agriculture Conservation Working Group, representing Ohio’s agriculture, conservation, environmental, and research communities, is hoping to develop and deploy a statewide water quality initiative.
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