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A florist and a farmer are a lot alike
College Farmer: Surviving a hectic Valentine’s Day at a floral shop offers surprising similarities to farming.
Making sense of hog inventory revisions
New estimates complicate analysis of production trends.
Women need to build their own nest eggs
A U.S. Census Bureau finds that women tend to save less for retirement. Let’s change that.
Foot rot prevention and treatment
Veterinarian discusses clinical signs, treatment and prevention of costly cattle disease.
Diversification and additional production key to sustainability
Cajun Acres Greenhouse looks to diversification to maintain viability.
7 Ag stories you may have missed
Missed some agricultural news this week? Here are seven stories to catch you up and maybe give you a laugh.
Restrained supplies should boost milk prices this year
The value and importance of crossbred calves will continue to grow in 2022.  
Farm Progress America, January 21, 2022
Max Armstrong shares the story of the Grain Weevil recently recognized by the Farm Bureau Ag Innovation Challenge
Morning Market Review for January 21, 2022
Corn weakens in overnight trade. (Comments are updated by 7:30 a.m. Central Time.)
Senators talk with EPA on pesticide concerns
Republicans discuss problematic direction EPA is headed in approvals for dicamba, triazine and endangered species impacts.