Editorial Content of MidAmerica Farmer Grower
MAY 15 - ISSUE 20

Continuous Corn Concerns
BETTY VALLE GEGG: Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
China's Meat Consumption And Production Trends
DR. DARYLL E. RAY: Agricultural Economist, University of Tennessee
Crop Supply And Demand Still Lots Of Questions
DR. DARREL GOOD: Extension Economist, University of Illinois
Specialist Offers Hay Saving Tips To Replenish Feed Supplies
Dr. CLYDE LANE, JR.: Professor/Department of Animal Science, University of Tennessee
Heavy Weevil Infestations Found In Alfalfa Fields
Specialist Offers Cost Cutting Management Practices
DR. JAMES B. NEEL: Professor, Animal Science and Extension Beef Cattle Specialist, University of Tennessee
Watch For Ergot In Tall Fescue This Season
DR. PAUL VINCELLI: Extension Plant Pathologist, University of Kentucky
Several Grasses Can Offset Summer Forage Slump
DR. GARY BATES: Forage Agronomist Plant Sciences, University of Tennessee
Average Fed Cattle Weights Are 20 Pounds Heavier Than Year Earlier
GLENN GRIMES AND RON PLAIN: Agricultural Economists, University of Missouri
MU Specialist Says Seeding Legumes In Pasture Cuts Nitrogen Bill
Records That Work
MIRANDA REIMAN: Industry Information Specialist for Certified Angus Beef LLC (CAB)
Cattlemen Must Optimize Dry Matter Feed, Maintain Normal Rumen Function
DAVE FISCHER: Extension Educator, Animal Systems/Dairy, University of Illinois
Recent Pork Prices Suggest Strong Consumer Demand
GLENN GRIMES AND RON PLAIN: Agricultural Economists, University of Missouri
Manure Entrepreneurs To Speak May 22 At MU
A Few Precautions Help Prevent Bloat In Cattle
$5+ Corn Will Change The Beef Business
DR. EMMIT L. RAWLS: Professor Agricultural Economics, University of Tennessee
Eastern Missouri Livestock Auction
MAY 9, 2008 • Bowling Green, Mo.
Farmington Livestock Market
MAY 7, 2008 • Farmington, Mo.
Fruitland Livestock Market
MAY 6, 2008 • Fruitland, Mo.
Patton Junction Livestock Auction
MAY 5, 2008 • Patton, Mo.

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