Jun 12, 2012
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World Food Prize Selection Shows Importance of Water to World's Food Supply 9

World Food Prize Daniel Hillel's selection reminds us of how important irrigation is to the world's food supply....More
Jun 12, 2012
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Economic Storm Clouds on the Horizon

Like a major storm brewing on the horizon, the convergence of events in the U.S. and globally bear watching like a summertime cold front. Economic news out of Europe is like an incessant nightmare with plots and turns around every corner. It appears that officially 12 of 17 nations in the euro zone are in recession. The next big question surrounding southern Europe and Greece is whether they and others will be asked to or voluntarily leave the euro. If that occurs, will this lead to the demise of the European common currency?...More
Jun 12, 2012
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Dairy Industry Facts

For decades in Minnesota, June has been known as Dairy Month. Following are some interesting facts and figures about the dairy industry....More
Jun 12, 2012
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USDA Cuts Soybean, Wheat Carryouts; Corn Unchanged

USDA lowered its U.S. soybean and wheat ending stocks forecasts more than expected on Tuesday due to stronger-than-expected old-crop demand, but left its corn carryout forecasts unchanged....More

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