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13:00PM Nov 17, 2019

California Can Keep the Water Flowing

Global Farmer Network
AgWeb Contributor
By Ted Sheely: Lemoore, California California is in trouble. We can’t keep the lights on , the fires out , or the air clean . Worst of all, from my ...
06:00AM Nov 17, 2019

New OSHA Inspection Process Video

ARA
AgWeb Contributor
ARA encourages members to watch the new Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) video explaining OSHA inspection processes and the reasons for an inspection.
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13:37PM Nov 11, 2019

‘Driver’s hours matter’ detention reported released

Tom Karst
AgWeb Contributor
With the advent of the electronic logging device mandate, time is replacing mileage as an indicator of truck rate values, according to a new report.
13:36PM Nov 06, 2019

Wisconsin GOP-Controlled Senate Fires Agriculture Secretary

Associated Press
AgWeb Contributor
The vote to oust Gov. Tony Evers' Cabinet secretary was the latest in a series of skirmishes between the governor and the GOP that comes as Wisconsin is losing dairy
11:17AM Oct 28, 2019

Nebraska Farmer Keeps Hog Herd Afloat Despite Flooding

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
One Nebraska hog producer has been flooded multiple times this year due to a wet spring. He even had to travel by boat to take care of his hogs. We
14:29PM Oct 22, 2019

USDA Reports U.S. is Free of the Plum Pox Virus

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor
USDA reports the U.S. is free of the plum pox virus. It's a virus that harms stone fruit trees, like peaches and almonds. It can cause yield losses and can
09:45AM Oct 21, 2019

Could fate of USMCA Change with Canadian Elections?

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
It’s Election Day in Canada as the country holds its federal elections. Both the United States and Canada have to ratify USMCA before it’s a done deal. Could new leadership