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Some farmers are wondering if USDA might move its new September first haying and grazing date for prevented planting acres even earlier and if an earlier date might become a permanent thing. (Gary Crawford, Keith Gray and Under Sec'y Bill Northey)
The Agriculture Secretary this week spoke about various regulatory, financial, and transportation challenges facing the new, and growing, industrial hemp industry. (Rod Bain and Secretary Sonny Perdue)
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue discusses some of the challenges expressed by industrial hemp producers in Kentucky recently related to growing this newly legalized crop into a full-fledged industry.
The Fourth of July produces more cases of food poisoning that any other day of the year, but figuring out what made you sick may not be as easy as you think. (Gary Crawford and Janell Goodwin)
***The Meat and Poultry Hotline number is 1-888-MPHOTLINE.***