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11:55AM Aug 16, 2019

Glitter Snot and Virus Swapping: Hands-on Biosecurity Practice

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor
Green glitter snot, vials of viruses and more drew in over 150 young swine enthusiasts at the Illinois State Fair for a “Becoming a Swientist” workshop and biosecurity panel discussion.
11:37AM Aug 16, 2019

African Swine Fever is Not Under Control, Suderman Says

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor
Sources on the ground in China claim the losses are closer to 45% year-on-year.
11:30AM Aug 16, 2019

Missing Diemel Brothers’ Business Described By Wisc. Auction Manager

Brittany Bowman
AgWeb Contributor
The Diemel brothers’ business was based in the dairy community of Bonduel, Wisc., and the community has rallied around the Diemel family.
11:16AM Aug 16, 2019

Should You Check Fields for Greensnap, Lodging?

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
For those of you who’ve experienced strong winds and thunderstorms over the past week, it might be time to scout fields.
11:06AM Aug 16, 2019

MSU Offers Livestock Transport Accident Emergency Response Training

People involved in responding to, or preparing teams to respond to, accidents involving animals will receive critical information on the proper protocols, training and equipment needed to manage these events.
11:00AM Aug 16, 2019

U.S. Farmers Plant Crops You Won't Eat in Climate Change Fight

Bloomberg
Wire Service
In a tough year for farmers, North Dakota’s Dennis Haugen is a standout. And he may have climate change to thank for it.
10:56AM Aug 16, 2019

Hog Futures Drop Despite China’s Big U.S. Pork Purchase

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor
Chicago Mercantile Exchange hog futures dropped to a five-month low on Thursday. Traders said big supplies dashed any hope from the news that China made its biggest purchase of U.S.