The Supreme Champion at World Dairy Expo 2015 is Lovhill Goldwyn Katrysha. The Holstein is owned by MilkSource Genetics of Kaukauna, Wisconsin. Katrysha was the first place winner in the Six-Year-Old & Over class, Senior and Grand Champion Female, and Best Udder in the International Holstein Show. As Supreme Champion, Katrysha receives the Gregory Blaska... Read more »
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Â The USDA reports soybean export inspections for the week ending October 1st were ahead of whatâs needed to meet USDA projections for the marketing year. Wheat came out at 557,109 tons, down 78,590 from the week ending September 24th and 141,596 lower than the week ending October 2nd, 2014. For the 2015/16 marketing year... Read more »
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Â Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiators have reached agreement on the 12-nation free trade pact. Although specific details have not been released, Nick Giordano with the National Pork Producers Council tells Brownfield heâs confident it will be a good deal for pork producers. âNPPC will be looking the deal over very closely before we determine... Read more »
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Several news outletsÂ are reporting that Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiators have reached agreement on the controversial free-trade pact. The U.S. Trade Representativeâs office said a news conference would take place this morning to discuss the accord. The agreement still faces what is likely to be a contentious battle for ratification by the U.S. Congress. Lawmakers... Read more »
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September 2015 was the ninth warmest September on record for Illinois, according to the Illinois State Water Survey, University of Illinois. The statewide average temperature was 70.2 degrees, 4 degrees above average. The warmest September on record was 1933 with 72.2 degrees. The statewide average precipitation was 3.42 inches, 0.19 inches above average. However, the... Read more »
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