U.S. Farm Report
When I teach on-farm staff or veterinary students how to do a physical examination, I usually focus on five major areas.
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Cover crops have the potential to boost soil microbial activity, which could lead to long-term benefits. In addition, keeping cover on the ground could help choke out troublesome weeds.
Last week, two things went right for commodity markets: a lower dollar index and a negative corn and wheat report.
A $3 rally in fed cattle prices pushed profit margins to more than $200 per head last week.
Blueberries are widely recommended as part of a heart-healthy diet, but they can also play a role in fighting cervical cancer.
Numerous management factors can contribute to reproductive losses, and suspected cases of Leptospirosis deserve a comprehensive investigation.
North American buyers should see an orderly Chilean grape season with more volume than recent years.
As the U.S. government shutdown looks to head into another day, AgriTalk host, Chip Flory, talks about its impact on the potential tax incentive for biodiesel that’s waiting in the wings.