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South Dakota dairy farmer strives to keep cows comfortable Play video

Josh Winquist, a dairy farmer in South Dakota, shares his personal philosophy on farming: the dairy farm is a great place to raise our family. Winquist strives to keep his cows extremely comfortable and provide them with a balanced diet to keep them producing high-quality milk. FULL STORY »

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Kansas Gov. wants state to be an animal ag “powerhouse” Play video

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback cited several reasons that will play important roles in realizing his vision for the state’s growth in animal agriculture. “We are a good agricultural grain region with the talent, leadership, technology and investment, which all line up very well for us to expand in dairy and pork.” FULL STORY »

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Drought could continue without soil recharge Play video

Elwynn Taylor, Iowa State University meteorologist, explains that the impact of the drought could continue if the states of Iowa and Illinois have less than 18 inches of moisture. FULL STORY »

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Camera maximizes calving care Play video

At the Holterman's dairy farm in Watertown, Wis., workers are able to monitor the progress of labor and birth by using a mounted camera. This process allows employees to maximize the care of the animal at the time when she needs to most. FULL STORY »

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2012 World Dairy Expo is underway Play video

World Dairy Expo is currently underway in Madison, Wis., and the Expo's General Manager Mark Clarke joined AgriTalk to discuss the 2012 show. FULL STORY »

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GrainTV: Higher dollar index weighs on market Play video

Tune in to GrainTV to see Brock and Logan discuss the FC Stone projections, snow forecasts, and Brazilian soybean production. FULL STORY »

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Preparing for big cows, big bucks at World Dairy Expo Play video

The World Dairy Expo is coming to Madison, and set-up for the event is in full swing. The area sees a $50 million boost from the event, making the "Super Bowl" of the dairy industry a success for both dairy farmers and the state's economy. FULL STORY »

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Students revolt against Michelle Obama’s lunch menu Play video

While the intentions of the Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010, championed by First Lady Michelle Obama, may provide healthier school lunches, students are making it clear that these lunches just won’t cut it. In a new music video parody, students are fighting back. FULL STORY »

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GrainTV: Corn, soybean markets gaining traction Play video

Grains turning positive after slight sell-off yesterday. Tune in to GrainTV to see Brock and Logan discuss how the market is getting some traction. FULL STORY »

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Modern production, old-school marketing Play video

Ron Locke, managing partner at Top o’ the Morn Farms, a family owned dairy near Tulare, California, has launched a program to market milk locally. He discusses the operation’s dedication to animal health and milk quality. FULL STORY »

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Vilsack calls for Farm Bill passage Play video

Speaking to farmers at the USDA headquarters in Washington D.C., Agricultural Secretary Tom Vilsack said Congress needs to pass a new farm bill as soon as possible. The USDA’s Bob Ellison has more. FULL STORY »

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