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  • Hosting a food-safe cookout
    by Meghan Grebner on May 29, 2023 at 2:52 pm

    Summer cookouts and gatherings are perfect for spending time with your loved ones. But, giving them a food-borne illness isn’t a great way to show “love” to our friends and family.  Meredith Carothers, a Food Safety Expert with the USDA, provides additional tips to keep our foods safe outdoors during the summer. AUDIO: Healthy Living on Food Safety ...     

  • Top crop disease threats
    by Parker Schulte on May 29, 2023 at 2:10 am

    Corteva Agriscience market development specialist Jason Gibson says the diseases farmers should have on their radar this season are tar spot in corn and white mold for soybeans. He tells Brownfield both crop diseases have been prevalent in new areas and says fungicides are a valuable tool in defending yield. ...     

  • Power up with the Cardinals
    by Parker Schulte on May 29, 2023 at 1:29 am

    Missouri soybean growers will power up with the Cardinals this season. Missouri Soybeans Merchandising Council Chairman Aaron Porter says Missouri Farmers Care coordinates the effort among several state commodity groups. Porter says it not only gets farmers face to face with consumers, growers have a good time doing it. Learn more at Brought to you by Missouri’s soybean growers and their checkoff. ... Click the icon below to listen.     

  • Illinois Department of Ag hosting agrichemical container recycling program
    by Rhiannon Branch on May 28, 2023 at 3:00 pm

    The Illinois Department of Agriculture is encouraging farmers to demonstrate their environmental stewardship by participating in a free agrichemical container recycling program this summer. In July and August more than 35 locations across the state will serve as collection sites for high density polyethylene #2 plastic agrichemical containers that will be recycled to make shipping pallets. Participants are responsible for rinsing containers and removing all caps, valves, metal, labels and foil seals. ...     

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