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“AgriTalk” is live every weekday at 10 a.m. CST on more than 70 stations nationally. To find an affiliate near you or listen online, visit www.AgriTalk.com.

Seed Prospects for 2015
Andy LaVigne, CEO and president of the American Seed Trade Association, discusses how an acreage shift away from corn could affect the seed industry. (Dec. 10 broadcast)

To Label or Not?
Rep.  Mike Pompeo (R-Kan.) explains why he’s pushing for a national standard for labeling food products containing genetically modified organisms rather than a state-by-state patchwork approach. (Dec. 18 broadcast)


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Weekly Roundup of Market News

Tune in each weekend to “U.S. Farm Report” for its weekly market roundtable. Several market experts join host Tyne Morgan to examine and analyze recent market moves. They also provide tips on how farmers should react. Watch at www.USFarmReport.com.


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Sign up for the weekly Legacy Moment eNewsletter. Delivered every Friday evening, the eNewsletter provides valuable tips and insight about the many aspects of succession planning.

You’ll find stories about:

  • Financial management
  • Family harmony
  • Tax and legal issues
  • Leadership development

You’ll also find details about upcoming Legacy Project events. Sign up for it and other free eNewsletters at www.AgWeb.com/register.


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Top Tweets

@gilmerdairy: I spent part of my lunch break relaying stories about my farm to someone in NYC over Skype. That was fun, and I should do it more often.

@TomFarms: 40% of U.S. farms are poised to transition mngt, operation and/or ownership to the next generation. #EWA14

@Farmerbright: Go grab a flash light. We’re chasing calves in the dark. #farmerproblems


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Buy, Sell Cattle Online

Shop for or sell cattle from your farm office or mobile device. Beef Today magazine’s Cattle Exchange connects cattle buyers and sellers online. You can easily find specific breeds in precise geographic areas. With more cattle buyers and sellers using the Internet to locate and research purchases, the site provides a national footprint of the industry. Even with a high volume of listings, it’s easy to customize your search. The free listings include pictures. Visit www.Cattle-Exchange.com to start shopping.

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