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Joe Nichols – “Undone”

Joe Nichols is hoping you’ll come “Undone” over his new single. The Arkansas hitmaker with half a dozen number ones to his credit will...
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  • Bayer says its offer for Monsanto is good
    Posted by Julie Harker on May 24, 2016 at 10:08 pm

    Bayer says its offer of $62 billion for Monsanto is a good offer. It’s an all-cash offer of $122 per share. Monsanto rejected it Tuesday, saying it was “financially inadequate” but that the company is willing to keep talking with Bayer. In a statement, CEO Warren Baumann of Bayer AG responded by saying they’re confident that... Read more » The post Bayer says its offer for Monsanto is good appeared first on http://brownfieldagnews.com.     &nbs […]

  • Putting a spotlight on dairy at the Indianapolis 500
    Posted by Meghan Grebner on May 24, 2016 at 9:36 pm

    The Fastest Rookie award luncheon is one of two events that highlights the Indiana dairy industry during race week and on race day.  Deb Osza, general manager of the American Dairy Association of Indiana says the drink of milk in Victory Lane at the Indianapolis 500 is a tradition that puts the dairy industry front and center. Osza... Read more » The post Putting a spotlight on dairy at the Indianapolis 500 appeared first on http://brownfieldagnews.com.     &nbs […]

  • Expect late planted corn yields to fall
    Posted by Tom Steever on May 24, 2016 at 9:30 pm

    For growers wondering how much time they have left to plant corn, Burrus Hybrids Product Lead Josh Gunther tells Brownfield there’s still time, but thought needs to be given to potential returns. “You can expect corn yields to drop the later and later you go, everyone knows that,” Gunther told Brownfield Ag News Tuesday, “but... Read more » The post Expect late planted corn yields to fall appeared first on http://brownfieldagnews.com.     &nbs […]

  • New Wheat Growers CEO will re-examine some current views
    Posted by Tom Steever on May 24, 2016 at 9:17 pm

    The National Association of Wheat Growers’ (NAWG) new CEO, Chandler Goule, says he’ll have to re-examine his views on trade.  The National Farmers Union, Goule’s current employer, and for whom he frequently serves as spokesman, is opposed to the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but NAWG supports it. “I understand both sides of trade and the benefits, because... Read more » The post New Wheat Growers CEO will re-examine some current views appeared first on http://brownfieldagnews.com.     &nbs […]

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