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New effort seeks to strengthen voice for science for GMOs

A new international effort led by Cornell will seek to add a stronger voice for science and depolarize the charged debate around agricultural biotechnology and genetically modified organisms (GMOs). FULL STORY »

Russia allows dairy imports from two Serbian firms

Russia has lifted a ban on dairy imports from two firms in Serbia, the government's food health service said on Saturday, in an apparent attempt to woo the European Union membership candidate amid Moscow's standoff with the West. FULL STORY »

Maryland Department of Agriculture: Manure Happens

The Maryland Department of Agriculture (MDA) in May launched a new web portal as part of its new “Manure Happens” public outreach campaign. FULL STORY »

Calves with Sam: They Stop Growing

I am looking at heifers in a transition pen. The owner tells me, "When I move heifers into this pen they stop growing. After three or four weeks they seem to take off again." FULL STORY »

Wis. APS fund wiped out by vegetable default; time for reform

Wisconsin’s dairy industry is today requesting the Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection (DATCP) consider changes to its Agricultural Producer Security (APS) program and fund, which were designed to protect dairy, grain, and vegetable producers from the financial defaults of their buyers. FULL STORY »

One Nebraska farmer takes ALS ice bucket challenge to extreme Play video

One Nebraska farmer took the ALS ice bucket challenge to the extreme, using a grain cart to get the job done. FULL STORY »

Friday's CME Dairy Market Recap

Friday’s spot butter settlement price was a new record high, breaking through the high set 16 years ago. The spot cheese market showed more buying strength, but we did not see much of that effect in the Class III market. FULL STORY »

DHM Numbers: Cold storage report bullish for butter

July 31 butter stocks totaled 170.2 million lbs., down 9% from June 30, and 42% less than July 2013, according to USDA’s Cold Storage report, released Aug. 22. FULL STORY »

Ag markets closed mostly higher again Friday

Corn traders seemed to focus on supportive factors Friday. FULL STORY »

Most ag markets traded firmly Friday morning

Corn traders seem to be focusing supportive factors Friday. The private crop tour of the Midwest yielded huge corn production forecasts this week, but CBOT prices are apparently finishing the week strongly. FULL STORY »

Dairy Herd columnist Mess named social media farmer of the year

Food Nutrition & Science Names Carrie Mess, a Wisconsin-Based Dairy Farmer, as its 2014 Winner. FULL STORY »

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