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Feb 14, 2014

World Ag Expo closing out another record-breaking show

A thick, early morning fog was shrouding the World Ag Expo grounds, but that did not dampen the spirits of International Agri-Center CEO Jerry Sinift as the Expo entered its last day....More
Feb 13, 2014
Western Farm Press

Surprising jump in milk prices may improve hay market outlook

Seth Hoyt of the Hoyt Report says hay markets will be stronger than anticipated in 2014 due to higher milk prices and reduced hay acres....More
Feb 12, 2014

California Secretary of Agriculture Ross prays for rain at World Ag Expo

Agriculture Secretary Karen Ross is praying for rain, not because California is in desperation need of moisture – but because some people may come to the show because it’s too wet for them to do anything on the farm....More
Feb 11, 2014

World Ag Expo kicks off 47th annual show with opening of new arena

Using a patriotic theme, World Ag Expo officials began the countdown to the opening today of the 47th edition of the world’s largest outdoor farm show in Tulare, Calif....More
Dec 4, 2013
Western Farm Press

WTO helping resolve trade disputes in world markets even without a new world trade agreement

WTO helping resolve trade disputes without new world trade agreement...More
Dec 2, 2013
Western Farm Press

Solar may be alternative for dealing with California’s high energy costs

Distributed generation expert outlines ways solar power and tax credits can help California agricultural producers reduce their energy expenses during presentation at American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers annual meeting....More
Apr 11, 2013

World Ag Expo continues to add to permanent footprint

Visitors to this year’s World Ag Expo were treated to a new site when they reached the center of the giant outdoor farm show complex. The International Agri-Center and the City of Tulare, Calif., built a new $2.5-million clear-span building to replace the giant tent that had housed a number of exhibits for the last 20 years. The new Pavilion C drew rave reviews from exhibitors and farm show visitors alike....More
Apr 10, 2013

WHEP program a win-win for rice, birds

Rice producers and waterbird enthusiasts in California are utilizing a Natural Resources Conservation Service Program for commercial rice production and a habitat for migratory birds in the Sacramento and northern San Joaquin valleys. Western Farm Press Editor Cary Blake learns about the Waterbird Habitat Enhancement Program from Tim Hermansen, a NRCS wildlife biologist in Colusa, Calif....More
Apr 9, 2013
Southwest Farm Press

98 year old U.S. farmer still going strong

Elmo Snelling's energy belies his 98 years. He’ll turn 99 July 27 and plans to drive a restored 1946 John Deere Tractor in a July 4th parade several weeks before that....More
Mar 15, 2013

Growing food the biggest challenge of 21st century? (Part 2)

Producing enough food to feed 9 billion people by 2050 will be a monumental undertaking, the biggest challenge facing the world’s leaders in the 21st Century. DuPont’s Jim Borel discussed what his company is doing and what else needs to be done to meet the challenge in a speech at the Pioneer Media Event at the World Food Prize Hall of Laureates in Des Moines, Iowa....More
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