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The 2018 Farm Bill is giving landowners opportunity to comment on standards for dozens of nationally recognized conservation practices. (Rod Bain and Natural Resources Conservation Service Chief Matthew Lohr)
Last year proves that actual plantings this year could end up being vastly different from what farmers have reported as their planting intentions in USDA's upcoming Prospective Plantings report. (Gary Crawford and Lance Honig)
***USDA's Prospective Plantings Report will be released this Tuesday, March 31st, at noon EST***
A speaker at the 2020 USDA Ag Outlook Forum notes the efforts of USDA and others to build high speed eConnectivity into rural America are part of historical infrastructure cycles in our nation. (Rod Bain and consultant Bob Knight)
Saving time and money at the supermarket or grocery store could be as simple as seeing what is in your food pantry, fridge or freezer. (Rod Bain and Julie-Garden Robinson of North Dakota State University Extension)