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Remnants from Barry continue to move north. Get the latest in today's forecast from Meteorologist Cindi Clawson.
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For Caleb Hamer, recent agriculture mega-mergers have changed how and with whom he does business.
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Just in case you were looking for good news, according to a new report from National Cancer institute, cancer death rates- how many people per 100,000 die each year – declined in the period 1999 to 2016
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In their weekly Crop Progress and Conditions Report, USDA pointed out what farmers already know: crops are behind, and their condition isn’t really improving.
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Forecasters say more than a foot of rain has fallen in parts of Louisiana.
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USDA says condition ratings are on the rise for corn and soybeans from farmers say they'll need more time in order to finish the crop this fall.
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Meteorologist Mike Hoffman says to look for some big changes in the next root zone moisture map.
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The market is communicating through trends, carry and production but it's up to farmers to watch for those signals according to Darin Newsom.
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For 27 years, Farm Journal Field Agronomists Ken Ferrie and Missy Bauer have studied numerous aspects of planting and seed. Take what they’ve learned to your fields.
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China is responding after President Trump accused China last week of not promptly buying more U.S. agriculture products.

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