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The Latest Ag News:

  • USDA Meat Processing Roundtables

    It’s an invitation for small meat processing plants. That’s coming up on This Land of Ours. USDA says it’s going the extra mile to provide the information that the operators of small meat processing plants need to thrive. Administrator of USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service Paul Kiecker explains the purpose of USDA’s small processing plant roundtables. “I think the ... Read More The post USDA Meat Processing Roundtables appeared first on Southeast AgNET.

  • North Florida Land Trust Protecting the Natural Environment

    We told you a couple of weeks ago how efforts are being made in North Florida to protect our irreplaceable natural environment.  North Florida Land Trust (NFLT) has been protecting and preserving the natural landscape and ecosystems in North Florida since 1999. This includes the most ecologically, agriculturally, and historically significant lands.  NFLT President and CEO Allison DeFoor explains what it ... Read More The post North Florida Land Trust Protecting the Natural Environment appeared first on Southeast AgNET.

  • Cotton Condition Improving, Peanuts Ahead of Pace

    Rain in some of the major cotton growing areas has helped the overall crop. According to USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey, the condition of the cotton crop is improving. And Rippey has the latest on the peanut crop. According to the USDA National Agricultural Statics Service (NASS), this is how the cotton and peanut crops were progressing across the Southeast as of this past Sunday: In ... Read More The post Cotton Condition Improving, Peanuts Ahead of Pace appeared first on Southeast AgNET.

  • Keeping an Eye on Wall Street

    This week, many traders are keeping a close eye on Wall Street. Mark Oppold looks at what is coming up that may have an effect on the markets. The post Keeping an Eye on Wall Street appeared first on Southeast AgNET.

  • AJCA Holds 18th Annual Round-Up

    The Alabama Junior Cattlemen’s Association held their 18th annual Round-Up event this past weekend. Youth, ages 9-21, competed in various events and cattle showing classes. Alabama Cattlemen’s Association’s Director of Field Services, Reid McGuire, shares more below. The post AJCA Holds 18th Annual Round-Up appeared first on Southeast AgNET.

  • USDA Nutrition Hubs

    Building better nutrition in underserved areas. That’s coming up on This Land of Ours. USDA efforts to build nutrition hubs focused on historically underserved communities will soon become a network for scientific information and research. USDA Nutrition Hub Co-Director Joynetta Bell-Kelly explains how the Southern University pilot hub will soon network with recently announced hubs to develop strategies for better ... Read More The post USDA Nutrition Hubs appeared first on Southeast AgNET.

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