American farmers expect to plant 1.4 million fewer acres of corn in 2015, a two percent decrease from 2014, according the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Prospective Plantings report released today. If realized, total corn plantings in the United States would total 89.2 million acres for the lowest planted acreage since …
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There is growing momentum in support of a consistent, national food labeling standard. Tell your member of Congress to support Congressman Mike Pompeo’s Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act!
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Farmers: make an appt w/ your local @usdafsa office by Tues 4/7 to update acres & enroll in #farmbill risk mgmt programs.
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RT @brookeyoung23: Thank you Chris Novak, @NationalCorn, for providing keynote comments at this mornings leadership breakfast. #YPiA15 http…