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Classes typically run about three hours, Hoover said. Participants will receive a three-ring binder with standard operating procedure templates and record-keeping templates, presentation handouts and a certificate of participation.
Egg prices are soaring in California, where the USDA says the average price for a dozen jumbo eggs is $3.16, up from $1.18 a dozen a year ago, and in some parts of the state itâ€™s more than $5. The Iowa State University Egg Industry Center says retail egg prices in California are 66% higher than in other parts of the West.
The drone will fly out of the Springfield Municipal Airport and must remain at or below 400 feet above ground level. It will collect sensor data during planting and harvest seasons. That data will be processed and analyzed by students in the schoolâ€™s precision agriculture program and then shared with the farmers.
Two new maps released Friday (Jan. 16) considerably improve estimates of the amount of land farmed in the world â€” one map reveals the world's agricultural lands to a resolution of 1 kilometer,
Average diesel prices for 2015 are forecast to be about $1 lower than last year.
The first area that Miller suggested filers pay particular attention to this year is equipment repairs, and whether or not those repairs can be capitalized.
Deer farmers and preserve managers argue that their operations provide a boon to rural economies that are strapped for ways to make a living. Ohio, for instance, is home to between 500 and 550 facilities that breed deer or host private hunts,
Like most State of the-Union addresses, Tuesdayâ€™s message from President Barack Obama to Congress had only a few comments that seem to affect farmers and ranchers directly. To Bob Stallman, the Texas farmer and cattleman who is president of the American Farm Bureau Federation, some of the Presidentâ€™s remarks were encouraging and others were worrisome
Big data continues to be a hot discussion topic within the agricultural community. New technology and services are continuing to come online to help farmers. In the past two years, the advancement of wireless technology and telematics solutions have simplified the transmission of data between agricultural machinery
According to the U.S. Department of Agricultureâ€™s (USDA) Economic Research Service, the agricultural industry along with other related-industries contributed $800 billion â€“ or nearly a five percent share â€“ to the U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) in 2012.