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If you're nominated by the President of the United States to be a member of his/her cabinet, you must first survive the Senate confirmation process, trekking down a road fraught with political and public relations landmines. For most, it's about as unpleasant a process as you can imagine. [...]
Fri, Mar 24, 2017
Brownfield Ag News
The Missouri Agriculture Director says she's proud of the way Missouri farmers and cattle producers have been helping their counterparts out west, “Farmers and ranchers have gathered hay, fencing supplies, many donations to send out to the wildlife relief in Kansas, Colorado, Oklahoma and Texas.” Chinn tells Brownfield it's not unique [...]
Fri, Mar 24, 2017
Brownfield Ag News
Cattle trading was light in Eastern Nebraska with light demand on Thursday. A few live and dressed sales were reported by USDA Mandatory at 134.50 and 215.00. Trading in all other areas was at a standstill and remains quiet so far on Friday. Asking prices are around 132.00 plus in [...]
Fri, Mar 24, 2017
Brownfield Ag News
The Michigan Agri-Business Association has announced a new educational campaign to help farmers take water quality practices to the next level. President Jim Byrum says improvements to water quality start with behavioral and practice changes in agriculture. “We think this is more about changing some behavior and embracing some of [...]
Fri, Mar 24, 2017
Brownfield Ag News
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