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Dairy markets: A volatile day

Class III futures saw both ends of the spectrum in one of the most volatile intraday sessions in recent memory. FULL STORY »

Dairy Carrie: How do you know when to let go?

How do we know if a cow is in pain? Sometimes it’s obvious, a cow with a broken leg is in pain, it doesn’t take a scientist to figure that out. But what about a cow with cancer like Nermal, how do you know? FULL STORY »

California funding to help nesting Tricolored Blackbirds

California farmers who have Tricolored Blackbirds nesting in their fields may be eligible for USDA financial assistance. FULL STORY »

DHM Markets/Marketers: CME, margin tools, corn, IDFA

Monday's post reviews the day's settlements on the CME, a dashboard to evaluate Margin Protection Program, and more. FULL STORY »

Just because you said it, doesn’t mean they got it

Even when you think you do a good job of communicating with employees, you don’t really know what they heard unless you ask. FULL STORY »

Know young ag leaders? Nominate them for the 40 Under 40 award

For the men and women of the U.S. agricultural industry, producing an increasing amount of food, fiber and energy to meet growing global demands is just the tip of the ice berg. FULL STORY »

Miner Institute: Are skinny cows really skinny?

Often we target for cows in the dry period to obtain a body condition score (BCS) ranging from 3.25 to 3.75. This goal stems from the use of body reserves during the transition period and early lactation to counteract the negative energy balance most lactating cows experience. FULL STORY »

Corn planting behind average but progressing

Wet weather may have slowed farmers, but corn planting progress was made in a handful of the nation’s top corn-growing states. FULL STORY »

Crop markets rallied on Ukraine-Russian news Monday

Several factors boosted corn futures to start the week. A big South Korean company tendered to buy 193,000 tonnes of corn Sunday night. FULL STORY »

Final 2012 Census of Agriculture report to be released May 2

The USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) has announced it will publish the 2012 Census of Agriculture full report on May 2. FULL STORY »

Landscape 'transition zones' may influence where tornadoes strike

Areas where landscape shifts from urban to rural or forest to farmland may have a higher likelihood of severe weather and tornado touchdowns, a Purdue University study says. FULL STORY »

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