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February 20-21: Listen to episode #59 of the podcast, A Taste of General Mills, to hear North Dakota rancher Gabe Brown talk about regenerative agriculture.February 19: Scoring Ag in Sarasota, Florida, is just one of the companies promoting electric tractors.February 17-18: You can listen to additional audio clips from the recent Heart of America Agricultural Hemp Classichere.February 14: Golden Harvest has a seed selection tool called E-Luminate that buyers of GH seed can access. It combines data from soils, weather, yield history, aerial imaging, and other factors in crop production to help growers pick the right hybrids for their operations.February 13: Mahindra bills itself as the number one selling farm tractor brand in the world. Headquartered in India, the company got its start in 1945 making jeeps for wartime use and entered the tractor business in 1963.February 11-12: In a recent episode of the National Milk Producers Federation podcast, Dairy Defined, University of California-Davis air quality extension specialist, Frank Mitloehner, defended the greenhouse gas emission levels attributed to the dairy industry.February 10: Extension departments in a number of states--including North Dakota--are predicting potential net losses for quite a few of the go-to crops in 2020.February 5-7: The National Children’s Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety and the Migrant Clinicians Network are promoting a “Roadmap for Rural Child Care” to help establish better child care services in farming communities.February 4: GROWMARK’s AgValidity program is a product testing program set up to see how those products can best serve farmers. To learn more, there’s a quick overview video you can watch, and a longer clip that goes into more detail.February 3: The Great Plains Institute has issued a white paper suggesting that the Midwest should adopt a low carbon fuel standard similar to ones in place in California and Oregon.January 31: You can hear more from Kansas farmer Don Teske in episode 25 of the Our Farms, Our Future podcast from the USDA’s SARE program.January 30: Syngenta’s new Saltro seed-applied fungicide targets sudden death syndrome in soybeans but the product is also effective on several types of nematodes.