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$9.6 in farm safety net and CRP checks mailed
Nearly $9.6 billion in farm safety net and conservation payment checks are coming to U.S. farmers, many of whom are dealing with crop, livestock, machinery or structural damage resulting from hurricanes that have wrought havoc on southern coastal states in recent weeks, along with other natural or man-made disasters.
10/11/2017
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McKinney: If farmers grow it, we will sell it
 Ted McKinney, newly confirmed USDA undersecretary for trade and foreign agricultural affairs, is known for his passion for agriculture and has already visited dozens of countries in his agricultural-based career.
10/11/2017
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Researchers seek salmonella vaccines, sources of infection
Poultry and feed industry researchers are identifying potential new guards against salmonellosis, one of the most common foodborne illnesses in the United States.
10/11/2017
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Advocates drumming up support for export $$ bill
As commodity groups prepare for the new farm bill, they have put their unified voice behind a Senate measure to double the funding for two USDA export promotion programs.
10/11/2017
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Iowa, Illinois feel drought, Indiana high temps linger
A substantial swath of southeastern Iowa and most of Illinois remains in moderate-to-severe drought mode, while high temperatures linger in Indiana, dry weather complicates harvest in Ohio and Kentucky and Tennessee receive little to no precipitation.
10/11/2017
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Submit comments to USDA to aid with regulatory reform
Limiting paperwork, better communication and regulation guidelines were part of the discussion of regulation reform at the USDA last week.
10/11/2017
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Michigan youth hunter kills a deer infected with CWD
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has reported that a deer taken by a young hunter during the youth deer hunting season was infected with chronic wasting disease (CWD).
10/11/2017
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Michigan dairy producers now deciding on checkoff renewal
 The state’s Grade A milk producers are finishing a vote this week on whether to continue the Michigan Dairy Market Program.
10/11/2017
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First significant harvest delays may arrive soon
10/5/2017
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More corn, soybeans in storage than a year ago
10/5/2017
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