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Disaster legislation could block farm bill passage
Ad hoc disaster assistance bills have proven to be tough nuts to crack in recent years, and passing permanent disaster
FSA county committee nominations sought
Farmers can nominate candidates to serve on USDA Farm Service Agency county committees from now until Aug. 1 for county
Agribusiness: Beltwide Cotton Genetics offers plot tours
Mid-South cotton producers, consultants and seed dealers can walk plots of Bollgard II/Roundup Ready Flex in September
Woods Eastland to lead cotton industry in 2005-06
WASHINGTON – Woods Eastland, a Mississippi cotton producer and marketing cooperative executive, will lead the National
U.S. cotton industry facing ‘challenging outlook’
WASHINGTON – U.S. cotton producers survived hurricanes and heavy late season rains to produce some of their highest
Weeds controlled by fire in niche soybean market
Using flame cultivation to control weeds could make producing organic soybeans a profitable venture for those Southern
90-day China safeguard consultation period expires
WASHINGTON – The 90-day consultation period mandated by the U.S. government’s special China textile safeguard
Caterpillar engines find compact diesel homes
Caterpillar's recent thrust into the compact diesel engine market has resulted in Cat engines finding their way into
Industry, growers working together
A new soybean industry coalition focused on addressing the changing demands of the food and feed industries and
Biosafety Protocol treaty: ASA unhappy with trade restrictions
The American Soybean Association says it is extremely disappointed in the onerous record-keeping and reporting
Kubota: RTV900 utility vehicle offered in four configurations
Kubota Tractor Corp. is introducing its first-ever Kubota Utility Vehicle. The RTV900 is available in four
China open to GMOs: U.S. growers applaud biotech ruling
The American Soybean Association says it welcomed news that China will now allow genetically modified soybeans into
Hoyum honored for sticking to basics
OVERLAND PARK, Kansas – The National Agri-Marketing Association has honored Raymond Hoyum, vice president, market
Soybean growers want to be priority
Members of the American Soybean Association took advantage of the Las Vegas location of this year's Commodity Classic
Review examines potential for soybean rust
A scientific review released recently identifies risks of accidentally introducing Asian soybean rust disease into the
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