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Granger Smith has been admitted to a trauma center in Brunswick, New Jersey, after crashing off the stage mid-show at Sayreville’s Starland Ballroom on Friday night (Dec. 2). Video footage online shows that Smith was standing on a monitor when it gave way, causing him to crash off the stage and into a metal barricade.... Read more »

Don’t worry. Dustin Lynch isn’t mad. His new single “Seein’ Red” is not about getting angry. It’s about getting frisky! He’s seeing red, all right, but on the high heels, party dress and lips of a beautiful woman. Pretty clever, really. And it’s so catchy, you’ll be singing it for the rest of the day.... Read more »

Mizzou Women’s Basketball downed Missouri State, 73-49, behind a high-octane offense on Friday at Mizzou Arena. Mizzou (6-2) capitalized on timely three-point shooting and second half dominance in the paint and on the free throw line to secure a win over the Lady Bears. Sophomore Sophie Cunningham (Columbia, Mo.) racked up a team-high 22 points, […]

No. 18 Mizzou Volleyball (27-5) carried its momentum from Thursday evening into Friday at the Hearnes Center, earning a 3-1 (25-13, 22-25, 25-16, 25-21) victory over Purdue. The Tigers earned their first all-time win against the Boilermakers, while also supplying redemption from their previous meeting in the 2013 NCAA Tournament. Mizzou now advances to the […]

The final ethanol plant that was owned by the now-bankrupt Abengoa company has been sold.

According to DTN, a newly formed energy company in Warrenville, Illinois – Synata Bio, Incorporated – outbid Shell Oil company for the cellulosic ethanol plant in Hugoton, Kansas.  Synata was previously owned by Coskata Incorporated.

Continue reading IL company buys former Abengoa cellulosic plant at Brownfield Ag News.

     

The North American Meat Institute (NAMI) swiftly responded to an activist petition Thursday calling for cancer warning labels on all processed meat and poultry products. The Meat Institute issued a response to the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) saying its petition has ignored numerous studies showing “no correlation between meat and cancer” and many more that list the health benefits of balanced diets that include meat.

The CSPI activist group cited the findings of the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (I-ARC) which concluded last year that processed meat is “carcinogenic to humans.” That study has been widely criticized by science-based groups since its release.

Continue reading Meat group says cancer labels not warranted at Brownfield Ag News.

     

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