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U.S.-China Dispute Harming Canadian Soybean Growers

Soybean farmers in Canada are feeling the impact of the U.S.-China trade war as soybean prices decline. CNBC reports that while Canadian soybean farmers could see an increased market share from import... Read More

Food bloggers share the story of wheat with readers

Food bloggers have been sharing their stories about their farm to food experience with their readers since returning home from the #Wheat2Bread tour last month. Kansas Wheat teamed up with Red Star Yeast to bring nine food bloggers to Kansas... Read More

Ag Voices of the Future Program Offers Students an Education on Ag Policy

ST. LOUIS – A select group of 10 college students from nine different states completed the Ag Voices of the Future program this week in Washington, D.C. The program is sponsored by Valent U.S.A. and the American Soybean Association (ASA) and gives ... Read More

Plant analysis for testing nutrient levels in soybeans

When crop fields appear variable, one question commonly asked is whether this is due to a nutrient problem. An excellent tool that can be used to answer this question is plant analysis or tissue testing. As with corn, wheat, and other crops, there... Read More

'Do Not Eat This Cereal': CDC Links Honey Smacks, Salmonella

ATLANTA - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says a popular Kellogg's cereal has been linked to a salmonella outbreak that has infected 100 people in 33 states. The CDC announced Thursday that customers should avoid Honey Smacks, tweet... Read More

Lawsuit Alleges Seed Company Intentionally Sold Subpar Products to Black Farmers

A group of Mid-South farmers claims Stine Seed Company purposefully switched seeds to sell black farmers a subpar product last year. The Black Farmers and Agriculturalists Association alleges a distributor switched out certified seed for lesser qu... Read More

Lack of Moisture Reduces Options for Farmers, Ranchers

OMAHA (DTN) -- In a growing season where some regions of the Western Corn Belt have seen too much moisture, other areas have seen very little of it. From east-central Kansas into north-central Missouri, scant amounts of precipitation have led to crop... Read More

Grain Bin Company Founder Eugene Sukup Dies at 89

SHEFFIELD, Iowa (AP) — Eugene Sukup,  who founded a grain bin and dryer company in northern Iowa, has died at the age of 89. Retz Funeral Home in Sheffield says Sukup died Thursday at Mercy Medical Center in Mason City. Services are scheduled T... Read More

Food bloggers share the story of wheat with readers

Food bloggers have been sharing their stories about their farm to food experience with their readers since returning home from the #Wheat2Bread tour last month. Kansas Wheat teamed up with Red Star Yeast to bring nine food bloggers to Kansas during ... Read More

FDA Expands its Support for States to Advance Implementation of Produce Safety Activities

SILVER SPRING, Md. -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today announced new cooperative agreements with Hawaii, Kentucky and Mississippi, as well as renewed agreements with 43 other states, in support of efforts to implement the FDA Food Safety M... Read More

(Video) Morning Ag News Update- July 13, 2018

Susan Littlefield gives an agriculture new update. Story 1: Commodities Fell on Rising Production Story 2: Is the Organic Seal Worth It? ...... Read More