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Lighter side: Quit trying - cow costume record set

Some people train for years or decades to set a Guinness World Record. As the best-selling copyrighted book of all time, it is the authority on records like world’s “fastest man,” “shortest living man,” and “fastest time to type a text message on a mobile phone while performing headspins.” FULL STORY »

Missouri Gov. vetos ag bills with dairy aid

After receiving overwhelming bi-partisan support in both the Missouri state House and Senate, Governor Jeremiah Nixon vetoed Senate Bill 506 and House Bill 1326. FULL STORY »

Mink-releasing animal rights activists caught

Criminals who appear to have released animals at mink farms in the Midwest last year have been apprehended. FULL STORY »

You cannot bleach your way to clean

I just had yet another question about the concentration of a chlorine bleach solution to use soaking calf feeding equipment. The assumption is that if the one uses the proper concentration of the active ingredient somehow the tube feeders and bottles will become clean. All the bacteria will be gone. FULL STORY »

Does American agriculture need ‘right to farm’ laws?

The ‘right to farm’ movement across the heartland is gaining in popularity, but not everyone in agriculture supports it. FULL STORY »

Dairy Market Recap: Very busy day for spot cheese market

Friday’s Class III futures market was very flat despite a bullish day in the spot cheese market. Contracts settled between six cents lower and ten cents higher. Whey futures continued to move higher. The October – December contract average settled at 59.4667 cents (UP 0.6333). FULL STORY »

Commentary: ‘Animal Rights or Wrongs?’

A kids’ show explores the contentious issue of using animals to test drugs or conduct research. What they had to say offer a valuable insight into why the issue is so volatile even for adults FULL STORY »

Crop markets sharply lower after WASDE report

Corn prices proved vulnerable in response to the July WASDE. In that report, USDA revised the 2013/14 ending stocks up to 1.246 billion bushels from 1.146 billion last month. FULL STORY »

WASDE: Corn prices to stay under $5

The projected range of the season-average corn price has been dropped by 20 cents to $3.65 to $4.35 per bushel as favorable weather for the developing crop reduced summer price prospects. FULL STORY »

Corn prices weakened ahead of WASDE report

Corn prices weakened in morning trade ahead of the release of the July WASDE. In that report, USDA revised the 2013/14 ending stocks up to 1.246 billion bushels from 1.146 billion last month. FULL STORY »

Southern Plains still grappling with persistent drought

Unlike California, a wet June over the nation’s heartland helped to slowly erode portion of drought on the southern and central Plains, but it wasn’t enough to bring the region out of drought. FULL STORY »

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