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Here’s what GMO labeling will cost families

A new study from Cornell University has found that mandating labeling of food containing genetically modified ingredients will increase the average family’s annual food costs by as much as $800. FULL STORY »

Crop land prices soften—KC and St. Louis Fed. Banks

Crop land prices in the central Plains were steady to weaker in the first quarter of 2014 compared to the previous quarter, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Results were quite similar for farmland prices in the southern Corn Belt and upper Delta as reported by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. FULL STORY »

Managing high phosphorus soils

Agriculture is certainly not the only contributor of excess phosphorus into the environment, but we are not immune from it either. FULL STORY »

Winners announced for annual U.S. Dairy Sustainability Awards

The Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy, established under the leadership of dairy farmers, announced the winners of the third annual U.S. Dairy Sustainability Awards on May 14, 2014, at a special ceremony in Washington, D.C. FULL STORY »

Operating loans increase in early 2014

Farmers and ranchers increased borrowing during the first three months of 2014 to cover current operating expenses, according to a national survey of commercial banks by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. FULL STORY »

Don't forget cooling dry cows

Summer is coming and before long we might be wishing we had some of the cool weather we experienced this past winter. FULL STORY »

10 essential rules for building a compost bedded pack barn

University of Kentucky dairy scientists Jeffrey Bewley and Joseph Taraba estimate more than 80 compost bedded pack barns have been constructed in Kentucky. They have provided a list of the most important design features for dairy farmers considering similar barns. FULL STORY »

Young Farmer: Creating and establishing our value-added product

Like many dairy farm families over the years, our family spent many hours talking and dreaming about what it would be like to bottle our own milk or make our own cheese. FULL STORY »

Hay Stocks Report indicates more abundant 2014 supplies

The May 9 USDA-NASS Crop Production report indicates that U.S. hay stocks on farms on May 1, 2014, totaled 19.18 million tons, a 35-percent increase over the 2013 figure of 14.16. FULL STORY »

Forage evaluation: Wading through a sea of numbers

Forage harvest season is either here or near. Forage analysis reports from a commercial feed testing laboratory often can contain more than 70 potential lab analyses. FULL STORY »

Manage heat stress to protect dairy cattle immune function

With hot summer weather ahead, dairy producers are reminded of the importance of managing dairy cattle to minimize the negative impacts of heat stress. FULL STORY »

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