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Certified Angus Beef LLC to receive Don L. Good Impact Award

Certified Angus Beef LLC, the world’s largest and most successful branded beef program, has been selected to receive the 2016 Don L. Good Impact Award. With nearly four decades of leadership in the ... Read More

(Video) Leidner Hopes To Leave His Mark

Chicago-This will be the final go around for Minnesota Senior Quarterback Mitch Leidner. The native of Lakeville, Minnesota is heading into his final season with the Gophers.  Last year he played through ligament damage in his toes to lead Minnesota... Read More

High Caterpillar Populations in Corn, Soybeans and Cotton

ROCKVILLE, Md. (DTN) -- It's a good year to be a caterpillar. Bollworm populations are thriving in the Midsouth, and entomologists from Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and New York are reporting higher than normal numbers of western bean cutworm. Growers wh... Read More

New Online Forecasting Tool to Assess Cropping Systems

A web tool was developed by Iowa State University personnel to help farmers make in-season and pre-season crop management decisions based on real-time information and predicted outcomes. The Forecast and Assessment of Cropping sysTemS (FACTS) was rec... Read More

Written Grazing Leases May Save Headaches Later

OMAHA (DTN) -- A man is as good as his word, unless it comes to future disputes over a handshake agreements. While some livestock producers may only have a handshake agreement for renting grazing land, having a written lease is important in protectin... Read More

(Audio) Iowa Will Try To Repeat Success

Iowa looks to repeat the magic of last year as the Hawkeyes embark upon this season. It was a dream season last year, before Iowa came up short to Michigan State in the Big Ten title game and then were blown out in the Rose Bowl by Stanford. He... Read More

(AUDIO) Polk County Man Dead After Grain Bin Accident

GRESHAM - Around 8:30 a.m. on Tuesay, July 26, 2016, the Polk County Sheriff's Office was dispatched to rural Gresham, Nebraska, to assist Fire and Rescue crews in rescue efforts involving a man that had been consumed in corn inside of a grain bin. P... Read More

Bulldogs recognized as 2015-16 AVCA Team Academic Award recipient

SEWARD, Neb. – Recently named one of Concordia University’s 20 NAIA Scholar-Teams, the Bulldog volleyball program picked up another honor. This week the American Volleyball Coaches Association named the 2015-16 Concordia volleyball squad a recip... Read More

Revenue Insurance Likely to Trigger Corn Payouts

ST. LOUIS (DTN) -- All signs point to the largest-ever corn crop in history this fall and the third year in a row of plunging farm incomes. But with prices potentially tumbling to $3 by harvest, corn growers with high levels of revenue-based crop ins... Read More

(Audio) Ohio State Looks To Reload This Fall

At most schools a 12-1 season and a big win in the Fiesta Bowl would be a fantastic season, but Ohio State is not your average school. Last year was suppose to end with a conference and another national  title for the Buckeyes but that didn't happ... Read More

(AUDIO) Train car derails in Aurora

AURORA - A Burlington Northern Sante Fe train car derailed in the center of Aurora shortly after 9:30 am Monday. Hamilton County Emergency Manager, Kirt Smith said the car tipped on its side at 13th and F Street on a sidetrack... Smith sai... Read More