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Happy 20th “Born to Fly”

On the 20th anniversary of Sara Evans’ “Born to Fly” landing at the top of the charts, the singer tells CMTthat the milestone meant a lot...

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  • National Pork Forum
    by Cyndi Young on January 22, 2021 at 8:26 pm

    Brownfield’s Meghan Grebner will cover the virtual National Pork Forum March 3-5, 2021. ...      

  • Milk futures, cash dairy mixed
    by Nicole Heslip on January 22, 2021 at 8:24 pm

    Milk futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange ended the week in mixed territory following cash trade while grain markets took a big dive. January Class III milk up a penny at $16.16.  February unchanged at $16.46.  March 21 cents higher at $17.54.  April up 13 cents at $17.54.  May through July contracts a penny to 14 cents higher. Dry whey unchanged at $0.54.  One sale was made at that price.  Blocks down $0.0425 at $1.61.  Eight sales were made ranging from $1.60 to $1.61.  Barrels up $0.0025 at $1.3925.  Eight sales were made ranging from $1.39 to $1.3950. ...      

  • Blueberry growers gain support from ag groups
    by Nicole Heslip on January 22, 2021 at 7:55 pm

    The blueberry industry is gaining support from ag groups in their quest for fair trade in the U.S. Last week, members of the American Blueberry Growers Alliance testified before the International Trade Commission on the impact of rising imports during the U.S. growing and harvest seasons. More than 20 ag and labor groups, including R-CALF USA, are supporting blueberry growers by sending letters on their behalf saying family farmers, suppliers, and local communities are being seriously injured as domestic blueberries compete with imports from countries that have lower food safety, labor, and environmental standards. ...      

  • ASF cases rising in parts of the world
    by Meghan Grebner on January 22, 2021 at 7:44 pm

    A recent report from the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) says African swine fever infection rates in parts of the world have been on the rise. Paul Sundberg is the director of the Swine Health Information Center.  “There’s a lot of cases of ASF in Romania,” he says.  “Russia continues to have breaks in different spots, so they have biosecurity issues as well.” He tells Brownfield Poland and Germany continue to struggle to contain the disease.  “Poland has ASF in their feral swine population as well as in some commercial production,” he says.  “Those wild boars have moved across the border from Western Poland to Eastern Germany.  And that’s a concern for Germany as they now have four different spots where they have wild boars that are infected.” And despite the rise in ASF cases, Sundberg says Germany has yet to see the disease break in commercial herds.  ...      

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