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Garth Brooks hosting live preview of FUN on Wednesday night

Garth Brooks has something special planned for fans to celebrate the upcoming release of his FUN album. During an appearance on Good Morning America, Garth revealed that tomorrow night, fans will get...

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  • Brownfield Ag Weather Today
    by gsoulje@brownfieldnetwork.com on October 21, 2020 at 10:24 am

    Sponsored by Pivot Bio PROVEN Looking ahead, the 6- to 10-day outlook calls for the likelihood of below-normal temperatures and above-normal precipitation across much of the country. Warmer-than-normal weather will be largely limited to the southern and middle Atlantic States, while drier-than-normal conditions should be confined to western Texas and parts of the West, including northern California and the northern Great Basin. ...     &nbs […]

  • Economist says it’s not all bad news if Germany resumes pork exports
    by Meghan Grebner on October 20, 2020 at 9:02 pm

    There are reports that some Asian countries are considering resuming pork imports from Germany.  Several Asian countries halted pork trade with Germany following the detection of African swine fever in its wild boar population last month. University of Missouri livestock economist Scott Brown says that conversation is something the US pork industry needs to monitor.  “Some of the strength we’ve seen in hog prices is due to what is anticipated stronger exports as we finish the year,” he says.  “Stronger exports due in part to Germany being shut out of some of those markets.” He tells Brownfield if Asian countries lift the ban on German pork it might put a damper in prices in the near-term, but it could set a long-term precedent.   ...     &nbs […]

  • Peterson Farm Brothers reflect on harvest
    by Nicole Heslip on October 20, 2020 at 8:58 pm

    A dry harvest season in the Western Corn Belt and High Plains has pushed crops along faster than normal and is giving many farmers a new set of challenges to end 2020. For Greg Peterson of the Peterson Farm Brothers, it’s the dust that’s causing issues as their harvest recently crossed the halfway mark. “Some of these crops that we’ve been harvesting have been so dusty it’s causing some problems with being able to see, and just breathing in a lot of dust.” The abnormally dry weather he tells Brownfield has also caused sprouting issues in their winter wheat crop because of the lack of moisture.  The Petersons grow soybeans, corn, sorghum, and sunflowers in central Kansas. ...     &nbs […]

  • Farmers Business Network to add on-farm R&D initiative
    by Tom Steever on October 20, 2020 at 8:54 pm

    Farmer’s Business Network (FBN) is launching its own on-farm research and development network for biological soil health and crop protection products. FBN will coordinate real-world testing of biologicals on FBN member farms, according to Matt Meisner, Vice President of R&D for FBN. “Products that perform well based on the unbiased, clean real-world data are products that we’ll look to potentially commercialize through the FBN direct platform,” Meisner told Brownfield Ag News. Biological products drive long-term, sustainable and profitable farming practices, says Meisner, adding that FBN’s approach results in testing on a large scale and across a diverse geographical footprint. ...     &nbs […]

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