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Crop Progress report was mostly bearish for the crop markets

The Crop Progress report depressed corn futures Monday night. The condition rating for the U.S. crop rose 1% to 76% good-to-excellent, which is the highest for mid-July since 1999. FULL STORY »

DFA settles final piece of Northeast lawsuit

Admitting no wrongdoing, Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) agreed to pay $50 million to Northeast dairy farmers in effort to settle antitrust allegations in a 2009 class-action lawsuit, reported The Wall Street Journal. FULL STORY »

Peterson Farm Bros. make rapping debut in new ag parody Play video

The Peterson Farm Bros. are back with a new parody that’s sure to get your attention with guest artists, rapping and more farmer pride. FULL STORY »

Deep Springs College alumni fight coeducation

About one hundred years ago, founder of Deep Springs College, L.L. Nunn was building power plants when he stopped, bought a ranch in the California desert and filled it with young men eager to learn the trade along with an education. FULL STORY »

Corn conditions still at 15-year high

More than 75 percent of the nation’s corn crop is rated in good or better condition according to the USDA’s Crop Progress report, marking the best conditions seen in the 15 years. FULL STORY »

Oscar Mayer, UW-River Falls want to improve animal welfare

The Oscar Mayer brand announced last week a partnership with the University of Wisconsin-River Falls (UWRF) to focus on animal welfare issues. The program will train the next generation of animal welfare leaders, including farmers, scientists, processors and veterinarians. FULL STORY »

Most ag markets bounced from recent lows

Corn prices bounced from recent lows Monday. Last Friday’s WASDE report boosted ending U.S. corn stocks for both 2013/14 and 2014/15, which sent CBOT futures to four-year lows. FULL STORY »

How would Cleveland feel about LeButter James?

Starting today, anyone can submit a name for the butter cow and calf display at the upcoming Ohio State Fair, via Twitter. The most creative entry, wins. FULL STORY »

NMPF favors regional trade with Canada if disease outbreak occurs

The National Milk Producers Federation today endorsed a draft plan for allowing the U.S. and Canada to cope with an outbreak of a serious foreign animal contagion, such as foot-and-mouth disease, suggesting the plan is a template for similar plans involving other important dairy export markets. FULL STORY »

Ag markets rebounding from Monday morning lows

Corn prices remain weak in the wake of recent losses. Despite having fallen for nine straight sessions, the July 11 WASDE’s increase in ending stocks for both 2013/14 and 2014/15 is depressing prices again Monday morning. FULL STORY »

Can we predict genomic defects in cattle?

A research team made up of members from Australia, France, Denmark, the U.S., Germany, Canada and the Netherlands recently announced they have sequenced the genomes of 234 cattle as a part of their 1000 bull genomes project. FULL STORY »

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