Leadership Team
Researchers have figured out how the fungus is outsmarting corn, and they may be able to use this information to help corn fight back.
This year’s challenge for the beef manager is finding the balance among winter demands, feed inventory and cattle inventory.
Agricultural producers indicated they have reduced optimism heading into 2018.
The pace of soybean and corn exports carries concerns for consumption and ending stock levels in the 2017-18 marketing year.
Neospora caninum is a protozoal germ that has the potential to affect reproduction in beef and dairy herds.
Scientists working to increase soybean oil content tend to focus their efforts on genes known to impact the plant’s seeds, but a Purdue University study shows that genes affecting other plant parts deserve more attention.
Create legal documents to provide instructions about medical care we receive if we are ever not able to communicate our wishes.
Calving season has started for some and will begin soon for others.
Around the same time as the world was pondering Y2K, the swine industry was pondering a new production system for feeder pigs.
In USDA's December Hogs and Pigs report, pork producers indicated they continue to increase the breeding herd at a slow, sustainable pace.
Keeping more heifers during a drought can help preserve a herd’s genetics and increase management flexibility.
Scientists now have a new tool to predict the future effects of climate change on crop yields.
Do you believe the highest yields return the greatest profit?
Winter weather conditions impact cattle as well as the cattle producers.
Here are tips for staying nourished, safe and warm this winter.
As we age, a slow creep in weight sets in.
Feeding calves high-priced hay needs to be a bridge from one low-cost production scenario to the next.
This update briefly highlights core points from three USDA reports.
Significant changes to trade policy could mitigate some of the demand growth in export markets.
Winter lentils may be just what the doctor ordered to perk up the Rolling Plains wheat crop.
Drones are being used to identify glyphosate-resistant weeds.
The Agricultural Economics Department at Purdue University recently released its annual outlook report. 
After this season, you may be tempted to park your equipment in the shed and take a much needed winter break.
Labels for the dicamba products approved for use on Xtend soybeans are now generally more restrictive.
A new University of Illinois study uses data collected from people who visit food pantries to show that these financial coping strategies can help identify people who are very food insecure or at risk for becoming food insecure.
A presentation on the historical perspective of dicamba and the issues with dicamba.
Smoke inhalation, burns and thermal injury, exertion, stress, and injuries suffered during escape can all cause longer-term effects on cattle that have survived wildfires or building fires.
Understanding the factors impacting reproductive failure within heifers is critical to implementing management strategies.
"Farmers who utilize these practices increase their ability to have high-yielding crops."
In 2017, the Xtend soybean technology was completely launched in the United States.


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