Regional Farm News

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Arkansas : Continuing drought hurting forage, wheat crop

Arkansas’ drought-ridden fall could turn into three seasons of trouble for livestock and forage producers; as winter wheat growers hope for another ...
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Kentucky : Ag economy shows improvement

Kentucky agricultural cash receipts and net farm income rebounded in the past year from 2016 levels, but are still well below record levels set earlie...
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Missouri : Students gain hands on experience at rice research farm

Four Southeast Missouri State University students recently served as Temporary Research Technicians with Dr. Christian De Guzman, Rice Research Fellow...
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Kentucky : Nursery, landscape industry to meet in Louisville for 2018 Spring Training

The green industry will gather in Louisville January 24-25 for the Kentucky Nursery and Landscape Association’s annual Spring Training Conference. T...
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Kentucky : Engineers co-author updated Grain Drying And Storage Handbook

Farmers and elevator operators throughout the country have expanded grain drying and storage capacity in recent years to keep pace with increased prod...
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Arkansas : Legislators to review Dicamba regulation changes

Arkansas legislative committees will review proposed regulatory changes related to products labeled for agricultural use containing dicamba in Decembe...
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Arkansas : 2018 ‘Yield of Dreams’ production meeting schedule released

he winter months between fall harvest and spring planting offer a great opportunity for growers to get up to speed on the latest crop production resea...
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BREAKING : Drone Interferes with wildfire detection flight

An Arkansas Forestry Commission (AFC) wildfire detection flight was forced to reroute earlier today in north Arkansas (Sharp County) due to the presen...
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Missouri : Inexpensive soil tests can save farmers thousands

Soil tests can save farmers thousands of dollars, says Manjula Nathan, director of the University of Missouri Soil and Plant Testing Laboratory.  ...
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Louisiana : Farmers voice concerns about infrastructure, labor

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards and Agriculture Commissioner Mike Strain wrapped up an agriculture and forestry listening tour at Richard and Neal Fon...