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3 hrs ago | Hispanic Business

Hoeven: USDA Needs to Follow Up SCO for Wheat and Durum with...

The SCO covers spring and durum wheat for all is slated to announce the counties selected for other commodities later this summer, and Hoeven is pressing the agency to cover all counties.


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7 hrs ago | Coal Valley News

Boone Memorial closes on loan for new hospital

Pictured from left to right are Randy Foxx, CFO BMH; Mark Linville, COO BMH; Janet Yeager, Board Secretary BMH; Kitty L Saddler, CP Specialist USDA; Robert "Bob" Brown, Board President BMH; Doug Bell, Board Member BMH; Tommy Mullins, CEO BMH; Tom Bias, Board Member BMH; and Robert D. " Bobby" Lewis, State Director USDA.


Related Topix: US News, Agriculture, Science, Madison, WV, Boone County, WV

Tue Jul 29, 2014

Deming Headlight

Project promotes food industry

ALBUQUERQUE >> USDA Rural Development State Director Terry Brunner presented Rio Grande Community Development Corporation certificate of obligation which will begin the funding for the establishment of a food manufacturing entrepreneurship project in southwest New Mexico.


Related Topix: US News, Albuquerque, NM, Marketing, Life, Food, Nutrition, Agriculture, Science

The Spectrum

Nevada tribe receives USDA grant

The Fort McDermitt Paiute-Shoshone Tribe of Nevada is receiving a $99,950 grant to create a revolving loan fund for assisting small and emerging businesses.


Related Topix: US News, McDermitt, NV, Agriculture, Science

Free Republic

Lambs to the GMO Slaughter

American diets are being bombarded with genetically modified foods. Big seed companies initiate it.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, Environmental Law, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Monsanto, US News


USDA Grants Help Veterans and Minority Farmers Get Started in Agriculture

Today, USDA Deputy Secretary Krysta Harden announced the availability of over $9 million in outreach and technical assistance for minority farmers and ranchers and military veterans that are new to farming and ranching.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, US News, Life, Veteran Affairs


Journalists Subpoenaed In Defamation Suit Against ABC

Several journalists at Food Safety News and The New York Times were subpoenaed in the the latest development in the legal fight between a beef producer and ABC News, according to Columbia Journalism Review .


Related Topix: Journalism, Food Science, Life, Beef, Food, Meat, US News, Agriculture, Science

WYMG-FM Springfield

Crops Are Making Good Progress and Are in Good Shape

The USDA's crop statistics service says the condition is good-to-excellent in 82 percent of corn and 78 percent of soybeans.


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Landowners, Operators Need to Update, Elect and Enroll Land in New Farm Programs

In early August, USDA's Farm Service Agency will send every landowner and operator a summary of their acreage history.


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Mon Jul 28, 2014

The Sampson Independent

USDA offers PEDV reporting instructions, other details9:10 pm

The USDA has followed up with more specifics on how to understand and comply with its Federal Order on June 5 that requires pork producers, veterinarians and diagnostic labs to report presumptive or confirmed positive occurrences of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus , Porcine Deltacoronavirus, or other swine enteric coronavirus diseases that meet the ... (more)


Related Topix: US News, Life, Food, Pork, Meat, Epidemic, Natural Disasters, CPU, Science / Technology


USDA approves emergency grazing in eastern Idaho

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved emergency haying and grazing on land normally used for the Conservation Reserve Program in parts of eastern Idaho.


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WAFB-TV Baton Rouge

Police: Stranded motorist killed by suspected drunk driver

On Saturday, July 26, a woman called police to report that she had been raped by a man named Jake that she met on Tinder.


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AGRIBUSINESS: Shooting Ground Kills Weeds Without Herbicide

It's not just herbicide that kills field weeds, they can be shredded too, not by a lawn mower but by grit.


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Agri Marketing

USDA: Cattle Inventory At its Lowest Level Since Reports Were Started

USDA: CATTLE INVENTORY AT ITS LOWEST LEVEL SINCE REPORTS WERE STARTED Jul. 28, 2014 Source: USDA news release As of July 1, there were 95.0 million head of cattle on U.S. farms, according to the Cattle report published today by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Agricultural Statistics Service .


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Sun Jul 27, 2014

Beverage Industry

In/Fusion Iced Herbal Tea

Distributed in the United States by Brands Within Reach, In/Fusion Iced Herbal Teas are certified organic by the United States Department of Agriculture and made from rare plants located in the South of France.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, US News

Daily Herald

Kudzu that ate South heading north as climate changes

A curtain of kudzu covers a tree in Cumberland Gap National Historic Park outside Middlesboro, Ky.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, Ohio, Weather, US News, Entomology

The Ecologist

Obama food aid ravages Third World farmers

The US taxpayers who finance foreign food aid surely believe they are feeding starving people, writes James Bovard.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, Natural Disasters, Famine, US News


Cloud over milk prices 'will lift'

That is the reassuring assessment from Myfarm CEO Andrew Watters whose company has 47 dairy farms under management across the country.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, US News, Drink, Milk

WXOW-TV La Crosse


Madison and the Farmer's Market Coalition are teaming up to examine the impact farmer's markets around the country have on their communities.


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The Modesto Bee

NU to host seminar on USDA small business grants

The seminar will take place on July 31 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's East Union, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. USDA National Program Leader Mary Ann Rozum will give a presentation on how businesses can receive Small Business Innovation Research grants.


Related Topix: Nebraska Government, Nebraska, Small Business, Personal Finance, US News, Agriculture, Science, University of Nebraska Lincoln