Editorial Content of MidAmerica Farmer Grower
JUNE 27 - ISSUE 26

Dealing Complexities Are Hindrance
BETTY VALLE GEGG: Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
Irrigation Can Pay In Tennessee
BETTY VALLE GEGG: Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
China Imports US Poultry, US Flock Size And Corn Demand Virtually Unaffected
DR. DARYLL E. RAY: Agricultural Economist, University of Tennessee
Cotton Prices Dip While Grain Prices Surge Upward
DR. DELTON GERLOFF: Professor, Agricultural Economics, University of Tenessee
Control Of Insects, Weeds Will Be Crucial For 2008
MIKE PLUMER: Extension Educator, Natural Resources Management, Natural Resources Management, University of Illinois
Calling All Farmers, Mark Your Calendar
Pioneer Talks Crops
GREG PFEFFER: Agronomist for Pioneer, Dexter, Missouri
Fields To Be Sampled For Corn Nematodes
Soil Testing Is Key To Profitable Phosphorus Use
DAVID DUNN: Supervisor Soil Testing Laboratory, MU Delta Center, University of Missouri
USDA Forages Ahead With Farm Bill Implementation
SARA WYANT: Publisher weekly e-newsletter, Agri-Pulse
Only Minor Revisions Made To Year's U.S. Rough-Rice Balance
ECONOMIC RESEARCH SERVICE U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC
Black Cutworms Keep Pressure On Late-Planted Corn
Processor, Retailer Benefit From Higher Retail Prices
GLENN GRIMES AND RON PLAIN: Agricultural Economists, University of Missouri
Eastern Missouri Livestock Auction
JUNE 20, 2008 • Bowling Green, Mo.
Farmington Livestock Market
JUNE 18, 2008 • Farmington, Mo.
Fruitland Livestock Market
JUNE 17, 2008 • Fruitland, Mo.
Patton Junction Livestock Auction
JUNE 16, 2008 • Patton, Mo.

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