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15:59PM Jan 24, 2020

University Experts Debate the Path to Outstanding Silage and Haylage

The process of achieving high quality silage begins in the field and is influenced along the way by all subsequent actions in the production process.

15:27PM Jan 24, 2020

New Valine Product for Pig Diets Provides Adequate Nutrition

Lauren Quinn
AgWeb Contributor

A recent study from the University of Illinois shows that the amino acid valine in dried bacterial biomass is just as nutritious as pure crystallized valine.

Young Pigs
14:56PM Jan 24, 2020

Cash Feeder Pig Prices Average $65.45, Down $0.46 Last Week

Cash-traded feeder pig reported volume was below average this past week, with 6,430 head reported. Cash feeder pig reported prices were $65.45, down $0.46 per head from last week.

14:13PM Jan 24, 2020

Jerry Gulke: Markets Show Negative Response to Good News

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer

The grain markets continue a negative trend – despite good demand news.

14:02PM Jan 24, 2020

What If U.S. Farmers Plant 95 Million Acres of Corn in 2020?

As the market starts to transition its focus to 2020 production, U.S. farmers may be poised to plant 95 million acres of corn. What would that mean for the markets

13:37PM Jan 24, 2020

Signal to Noise: Farmers Will Need MFP 3.0. Will They Get It?

John Herath
AgWeb Contributor

Ag leaders and economists plan to go to USDA next month armed with data on why farmers will need another Market Facilitation Program (MFP) in 2020, according to Pro Farmer

13:31PM Jan 24, 2020

New Endowed Faculty Position in Swine Production Created at SDSU

Katie James
AgWeb Contributor

A $1.5-million gift from Farm Credit Services of America will support the new position.