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U.S. feed grain production edges lower

U.S. feed grain production for 2014/15 is marginally lower this month and reflects reductions in production for corn and barley, which are only partially offset by smaller gains in sorghum and oats production. Total U.S. feed grain production is projected at 367.7 million tons, down 758,000 tons from a month ago and down 1.6 million tons from the 2013/14 estimate. FULL STORY »

U.S. education provides stepping stone for international students

Silvano Ocheya is a long way from home. But it won’t be long before he returns to Kenya or another developing countryin need of the new skills he’s learned in the U.S. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Cargill does good, KAW coughs up a hairball

Food Safety News reported Cargill will begin phasing out antibiotics “based on consumer research and feedback.” FULL STORY »

Exports: Corn exports climb 58%

According to the USDA’s latest Weekly Export Sales report, corn net sales of 573,700 metric tons (MT) for 2013-2014 were up 58 percent from the previous week and up noticeably from the four-week average. FULL STORY »

Morning market update: Higher open expected today

The class III market continued to go in the face of weaker international prices yesterday as a very active spot cheese session saw both blocks and barrels close higher. FULL STORY »

Hawaii: New dairy slowed, another wants lower milk price

Hawaii is known to many as one of the most beautiful places on earth. With great views and fast-growing pasture for cows, you could imagine it is a dairyman’s paradise, too. FULL STORY »

Market recap: Bulls begin Wednesday's session

Wednesday’s Class III market started off on a bullish note in the front months, and continued to rally after a supportive spot cheese session. FULL STORY »

Legislation introduced to invalidate CWA proposed rule

The Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corp of Engineers continue to be in hot water on Capitol Hill over the proposed rule expanding federal jurisdiction over “waters of the United States.” FULL STORY »

Step up warm weather calf management

Rising temperatures bring challenges and opportunities. FULL STORY »

Wet hay may cause barn fire

Hay that is baled and stored at a moisture level higher than recommended could heat up enough to start a barn fire, a Purdue Extension forage specialist warns. FULL STORY »

Economic benefits of the livestock industry

A recent report commissioned by the United Soybean Board highlights the economic importance of domestic animal agriculture to the nation as a whole and to the state of South Dakota. FULL STORY »

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