21:15PM Nov 18, 2019

Diemel Remains Possibly Found In Nebraska Stock Trailer, Sheriff Says

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
In a bizarre twist, Nebraska authorities say human remains found in a recently purchased stock trailer may belong to one of the brothers murdered in Missouri last summer.
14:33PM Nov 18, 2019

Humphreys, Matsen to join National Pork Board Leadership Team

National Pork Board
AgWeb Contributor
Bryan Humphreys  has been named the vice president of producer, state and industry relations, and Jacque Matsen has been named vice president of strategic communications. Both will assume their new
14:13PM Nov 18, 2019

From “Geek Speak” to Street Speak

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete
At the 2019 AgTech Expo Marc Saltzman will give practical tips and tangible ways to think about how technology is changing our personal lives and businesses.
14:12PM Nov 18, 2019

China Launches Investigation into Use of Illegal ASF Vaccines

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor
China’s agriculture ministry is investigating the illegal production, sale and use of African swine fever (ASF) vaccines in the country.
13:59PM Nov 18, 2019

No Charges Filed for Alleged Abuse at Indiana Pig Farm

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor
An Indiana State Police investigation revealed a Jackson County pig farm will not face criminal charges after accusations of animal abuse and unhealthy conditions were made in early October by
13:58PM Nov 18, 2019

Anticipating Market Slow-Down Ahead Of Holiday

Brad Hulett
AgWeb Contributor
Packer market participation wasn’t as robust as it had been in earlier weeks, and packers have slowly added to their inventory ahead of the holidays.
13:48PM Nov 18, 2019

Perdue Directs FSA To Prioritize MFP Payments

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor
County FSA offices have been directed to prioritize processing of the payments and conclude that by November 22.