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Number of U.S. farms dropped (again) in 2013

The USDA released the latest issue of its Farms and Land in Farms report on Wednesday, showing a decrease in both the number of farms and farmland. FULL STORY »

USDA, partners usher in a new era in conservation

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today Senate Agriculture Committee Chairwoman Debbie Stabenow to launch a new era in American conservation efforts with an historic focus on public-private partnership. FULL STORY »

National Ag Hall of Fame temporarily closing

Hard times are back for the National Agriculture Center and Hall of Fame. FULL STORY »

Rain! Storms head for the southern Plains but…

…it won’t be enough to break the drought’s grip. FULL STORY »

Lightning kills 8 cows at Mich. dairy

A thunderstorm swept through Ottawa County, Mich., on Wednesday, damaging a local dairy and killing eight cows. FULL STORY »

Mark & Bob: It’ll be a good year

Mark Stephenson, Director of Dairy Policy Analysis at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Bob Cropp, dairy economics professor emeritus, digest the latest monthly Milk Production report. FULL STORY »

S.D. agricultural land values increase moderately in 2014

According to results from a farm real estate survey conducted by agricultural economists at South Dakota State University, South Dakota non-irrigated agricultural land values increased marginally in 2014. FULL STORY »

Calves with Sam: When is a vent not a vent?

Last week, I walked all the calves on a dairy in central New York State. They are housed in hutches with collars and tethered at the front of the hutch. FULL STORY »

WMMB unveils ‘Dairy Days Of Summer’ campaign

From farm breakfasts and festivals to promotions, recipes and a new photo contest, Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board’s (WMMB) “Dairy Days of Summer” campaign offers no shortage of unique and dairy-friendly ways to celebrate June Dairy Month in Wisconsin. FULL STORY »

An attractive investment

“Tractors aren’t sexy.” Tell that to country music crooners and it’ll take a toll on their achy-breaky hearts. Tell that to cattlemen and they’ll agree it’s all about business when making an investment on a tractor for their operation. FULL STORY »

Connecticut Governor stops chocolate milk ban

A bill with unintended consequences of removing chocolate milk from schools will not be signed by Governor Dannel Malloy of Connecticut, his communications director announced in a press release. FULL STORY »

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