2017 Census of Agriculture Data Available

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Information collected directly from farmers and ranchers tells us both farm numbers and land in farms have ongoing small percentage declines since the last Census in 2012.

Pre-Crop Values Support Ag Diversification

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Pre-crop values for a high number of previous and following crop combinations are now available to support diversification of currently monotonous crop sequencing patterns in agriculture.

Start Early on Farm Transition

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The emotional and financial transitioning of farms to the next generation can be difficult. The best way to make it easier is to start the conversation early.

Perdue Issues Statement on Vietnam's Glyphosate Import Ban

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“We are disappointed in Vietnam’s decision to ban glyphosate, a move that will have devastating impacts on global agricultural production,” says the U.S. ag secretary.

Safety Tips For Checking Irrigation Equipment After Flooding

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With flood waters beginning to recede on more than a million acres of farmland in the Midwest, growers will be wanting to restore their operations. Reinke Manufacturing is reminding you of some critical safety guidelines.

Actagro Technology and Innovation Center Grand Opening

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April 24, 2019, in Kerman, Calif.

New Wildlife Management Resource Available for Farmers

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Learn about the latest strategies and regulations regarding wildlife management on the farm.

Mutation Examples and How They Happen

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We are quick to notice and utilize some plant mutations, while others go undetected.

FMC Names Coen U.S. Commercial Director

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Christina Coen will assume sales leadership role on May 1 as John Kasper retires

Dilution Solutions Names Donnell as a Technical Sales Rep

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Lori Donnell brings 20 years of experience working in industrial distribution.

Senninger Launches Online Training Courses

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Senninger’s free online courses offer professionals in-depth information on irrigation concepts and products, installation recommendations and troubleshooting tips.

Produce Shipments Slowing at U.S.-Mexico Border

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Shipments of fresh produce from Mexico into the U.S. are likely to be impacted by the U.S. reassignment of up to 750 border guards to assist in processing migrant crossings along the southern border.

USDA Census of Agriculture One Week Away

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USDA-NASS will release the 2017 Census of Agriculture results on Thursday, April 11. The full Census report will include millions of data points, including number of farms, land in farms, total value of production, demographics, and more at the national,

Nebraska Extension Offers Resources to Flood Victims

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As Nebraskans begin returning to their homes in the aftermath of widespread historic flooding, Nebraska Extension has mobilized a number of resources to aid in the road to recovery.