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3,800-year-old cheese found on Chinese mummies

Archeologists in China discovered clumps of cheese tucked around mummies dating back at least 3,800 years. FULL STORY »

‘got milk?’ still alive and thriving…in California

After widespread frenzy of reports that the popular “got milk?” campaign had been shelved, the California Milk Processor Board (CMPB), creator of the popular campaign, is setting the record straight: “got milk?” is alive and thriving…in California. FULL STORY »

‘Rains won’t be enough’ to overturn Calif. drought

It’s finally raining in some parts of California, but with more than 25 percent of the state deep in exceptional drought, the latest series of storms will do little to quench the drought. FULL STORY »

Nutrition label makeover will have dairy implications

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released proposed changes to “Nutrition Facts” labels and corresponding rules on serving sizes for packaged foods, including dairy. FULL STORY »

KC Federal Reserve survey shows farmland markets cooling

After several years of huge increases, cropland value increases may be slowing and ranchland values may actually be declining, according to a survey of agricultural bankers conducted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. FULL STORY »

Dairy herds prefer Beethoven over Beatles Play video

Happy cows may come from California, but slow jams and easy listening music also keeps cows happy while increasing milk production. FULL STORY »

Solar desalinization gives Calif. farmers more freshwater

A solar desalinization startup is taking on California’s water challenges, and its water-cleaning technology could help farmers across the state. FULL STORY »

Cold start to 2014 freezes rural economy

Low grain values and farmland prices sliding from record highs clouded the rural economic outlook, then extremely cold weather across the Midwest added a final blow that turned the economy negative. FULL STORY »

Parched California: Hurry up, El Niño

California is sinking further into drought, but potential relief in the form of El Niño may be lurking on the horizon. FULL STORY »

USDA predicts record ag exports for 2014

In the February Agricultural Trade Outlook report from USDA, the department boosts its forecast for U.S. agricultural exports for fiscal 2014 to a record $142.6 billion. Anticipated demand for grain and feed exports account for most of the increase, with exports of livestock, poultry, and dairy products projected to be down $200 million to $31.6 billion. Beef and dairy, however, are the bright spots in the category with projected increases. FULL STORY »

America’s farms bigger…but fewer

The USDA released its preliminary “2012 Census of Agriculture” report on Thursday, and though the full report has not yet been released, it offers a snapshot of America’s farmers and ranchers. FULL STORY »

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