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Corn, Soybean Prices See No Major Price Drops from Bird Flu

Corn and soybean producers are keeping a close eye on the bird flu outbreak, concerned that the loss of nearly 45 million birds might reduce demand for feed.

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Executives Say Proposed Ag Merger Would Save $44 Million

Executives with two large agricultural cooperatives in the Dakotas say merging them would save about $44 million over the next four years.

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What Is the Condition of the Corn Crop?

With U.S. corn planting 95 percent complete, the crop condition held strong, according to a report released Monday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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Want to Make Sure You Have a Place to Work after College Graduation? Your Best Bet Is to Study Agriculture

Does it frighten any other parents that following college graduation your student just might be moving back to their old bedroom at home?

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Rain Boosts Soil Moisture, Hampers Planting in South Dakota

Rain over the past week in South Dakota boosted soil moisture but hampered the planting of crops.

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Walmart Presses Meat Suppliers on Antibiotics, Treatment

Walmart, the nation's largest food retailer, is urging its thousands of U.S. suppliers to curb the use of antibiotics in farm animals and improve treatment of them.

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Incredible Record Rise in Egg Prices in Wake of Bird Flu

Egg prices surged to a record on Friday, a month after bird flu was first detected in the chicken flock in Iowa, the nation's leading egg producer.

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Bird Flu Crisis Slows in Minnesota, Focus Now on Recovery

Minnesota has notched six straight days without a new bird flu case. And though state officials aren't ready to say the outbreak is over, they're beginning to stand down.

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Man Nearly Buried in Grain Bin Rescued

An Owatonna, Minnesota man is rescued from a grain bin after he was buried up to his neck in corn.

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Tax Crimes of South Dakota Father and Son

Two South Dakota men accused of trying to hide their ownership of a farm and its income have been found guilty of federal tax crimes.

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