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Central Minn. crops look good
Minnesota corn is 61 percent in good to excellent condition, and the state’s soybeans are 63 percent in the two best condition categories, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service.
Monday, August, 19, 2013 - Agweek - News

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Cool August raises concern
A recent Agweek trip through Marshall County in northwest Minnesota on a cool August morning found a lot of good-looking crops. The trip also found plenty of signs that crops need more heat.
Monday, August, 12, 2013 - Agweek - News

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Stopped in its tracks
A contract dispute between railways has stalled development of a new shuttle loader in Verona, N.D.
Monday, August, 12, 2013 - Agweek - News

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House farm bill is right
What happened to the “farmer” in Democrat-Farmer-Labor party? Minnesota Democrats such as Rep. Andrew Falk, DL-Murdock have proven that they simply don’t stand up for those in Greater Minnesota and the agriculture community.
Monday, August, 05, 2013 - - Opinion

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FAO urges developing nations to cut hazardous pesticides
Developing countries should speed up the withdrawal of highly hazardous pesticides from their markets following the death of 23 children from contaminated food in India, the United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organization says.
Wednesday, July, 31, 2013 - - News

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Fertilizer industry grows
Despite safety concerns, the US fertilizer industry is growing, with plants for new plants taking shape.
Monday, July, 29, 2013 - Associated Press - News

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Poster child
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission describes what happened in the Gregory (S.D.) Farmers elevator failure as an example of proper handling of an elevator insolvency — evidence that a system for regulating marketing grain is not broken in the state.
Monday, July, 29, 2013 - Agweek - News

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In the wake of Anderson Seed
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission is proposing new rules for credit sales between farmers and elevators.
Monday, July, 29, 2013 - Agweek - News

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Syria’s war halves wheat harvest, erodes state share
Civil war in Syria has cut the wheat harvest to its worst level in nearly three decades and the government’s share of the crop is being further eroded as it struggles to procure grain from rebel-held farming areas.
Thursday, July, 25, 2013 - Reuters - News

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Manage leafy spurge beetles
Landowners are encouraged to collect and redistribute leafy spurge beetles in their pastures. The bugs are used to fight the invasive weed.
Monday, July, 22, 2013 - - News

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Marketing your hay
As producers finish harvesting their second cutting of alfalfa or first cutting of grass hay, some may be looking to market the hay they don’t need.
Monday, July, 22, 2013 - - News

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Water, water everywhere
The human body is composed of roughly 70 percent water. The Earth also is composed of 70 percent water. Thinking more deeply into this, these two systems have much more in common than their water component.
Monday, July, 22, 2013 - Agweek - Opinion

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Minimizing forage storage loss
Vital nutrients can be lost if producers do not store their forages correctly, according to Karla Hernandez, South Dakota State University Extension forages field specialist.
Monday, July, 15, 2013 - SDSU Extension Service - News

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Contemplating the Brazilian dilemma
Tropical climates that allow for year-round farming would seem to be a tremendous economic advantage, but for corn and soybean farmers in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso, it also poses a problem — an abundance of grain followed by about a 10 percent postharvest loss, partially because of a lack of storage.
Monday, July, 15, 2013 - University of Illinois - News

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Meat groups sue USDA over meat labeling rule
Requiring meat labels to have more details about a product’s origins is too costly and serves no public health or safety benefit, industry groups said Tuesday in announcing a lawsuit against U.S. Department of Agriculture over new labeling rules.
Wednesday, July, 10, 2013 - Associated Press - News

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Pea market down
Farmers in the Red River Valley had gotten used to a 3-inch rain every second year, and another 10-bushel pea crop. Once soybeans became a viable alternative pulse, peas quickly went by the wayside — an unlamented loss.
Monday, July, 08, 2013 - Agweek - Markets

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SD livestock operations to expand
Two South Dakota livestock operations, Mitchell Livestock Auction and Moke Swine, are seeking permits to add on to their businesses.
Monday, July, 01, 2013 - Forum News Service - News

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2 plants considered
Proposals are separate, but have similiarities
Monday, June, 10, 2013 - Agweek - News

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Monsanto: Modified wheat ‘isolated occurrence’
A genetically modified test strain of wheat that emerged to the surprise of an Oregon farmer was likely the result of an accident or possibly tampering, the company that developed it said June 5.
Wednesday, June, 05, 2013 - Associated Press - News

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The push for nonGMO
In Connecticut, Vermont and Maine, at least one chamber of the state legislature has approved bills that would require the labeling of foods that contain genetically modified ingredients, and similar legislation is pending in more than two dozen other states.
Monday, June, 03, 2013 - New York Times News Service - News

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