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Tennessee cotton growers could still pull a good yield

Tyson Raper, University of Tennessee cotton specialist, said this year’s cool temperatures and excessive rainfall put many cotton producers behind.
7/23/2014
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Crop forecasts, if correct, will drive down net farm income

Better weather conditions and expected bumper corn and soybean crops corn may produce a perfect storm for lower average farm incomes.
7/30/2014
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FDA public hearing to examine threat of antibiotic resistance

The issue of antibiotic resistance is front and center for a U.S. Food and Drug Administration's two-day public hearing next month.
7/30/2014
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DNR: Half of Ohio’s natural gas now produced in-state

Production of natural gas doubled from 2012 to 2013 in Ohio’s Utica shale and that was a first for the state.
7/30/2014
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House OKs bill to keep tax depreciation for purchases

A bill ushered in by the U.S. House earlier this month that makes the 50 percent bonus depreciation permanent on new purchases could benefit farmers.
7/30/2014
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China’s meat scare not a U.S. concern, says farmer

Many consumers expect little or no backlash to U.S. meat and produce sales following the tainted and expired meats safety issue currently hounding China.
7/30/2014
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Iowa flooding from heavy June rains is causing manure runoff

At least 20 Iowa farms have reported incidents of hog and cattle manure runoff from flooding due to the heavy rains in June.
7/30/2014
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With harvest approaching, more pressure on freight rail carriers

The Surface Transportation Board requires two railroads to provide information about what the Class 1 freight carriers are doing to address substandard service.
7/30/2014
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USDA: Egg production up 3 percent in June

U.S. egg production totaled 7.96 billion during June 2014, up 3 percent from last year.
7/30/2014
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EPA’s Clean Power Plan elicits strong responses

Public comments are still being accepted at the U.S. EPA about new carbon reduction guidelines, after public hearings in four cities last week.
8/6/2014
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