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If you’d like more information about the subjects covered in the show, check
the list below for details about recent programs.
February 10: Minnesota’s
Agricultural Utilization Research Institute
hosted a recent
on Sustainability and Decarbonization Opportunities for Agricultural Supply Chains (Part 1)
that included information about activities for some recipients of federal Climate-Smart Commodities Grants.
of the 3-part series is scheduled for February 24.
February 9: An Illinois company,
, has begun marketing a kit for autonomous operation of Kubota M-Series tractors.
February 8: South Dakota State University Extension is holding a series of webinars called
covering mostly agronomic topics for a variety of grain, oilseed, and pulse crops.
February 7: The
Swine Health Information Center
in Ames, Iowa, is a Pork Checkoff-funded entity focused on prevention, preparedness, and response to novel and emerging swine
disease for the benefit of U.S. swine health. One concern is
Japanese Encephalitis Virus
, a disease that affects hogs, birds, and people. It’s not currently in the U.S.
February 6: A
by the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry on the 2023 Farm Bill covered the subjects of Trade and Horticulture.
February 3: Researchers
National Farm Medicine Center
of The Ohio State University are conducting a
of farm families and
farm operators about balancing childcare responsibilities while farming. They’re seeking farm and ranch parents, grandparents, and other primary caregivers of children to complete
, which is available until February 21.
February 2: California-based
markets a product called SOURCE, a foliar-applied biochemistry (not a “biological”) that activates soil microbes that fix nitrogen and
solubilized phosphorus. It’s used primarily in corn, soybeans, wheat, cotton, and hay crops.
University of Kentucky Associate Professor of Ag Economics, Tyler Mark
, presented a session called
Rising Used Machinery Costs: Is There an End in Sight?
at the recent
University Top Farmer Conference
of that presentation is available from
Purdue’s Center for Commercial Agriculture
is the sustainability business for ag cooperative,
January 30: Marc Dresner is Director of Integrated Communications with the
American Egg Board
, which operates the
national checkoff program for America’s egg farmers
January 26-27: A research team led by
Govindaraj Dev Kumar
University of Georgia College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
studying the affects of sunlight to
control pathogenic microbes
in surface irrigation waters.
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