Editorial Content of MidAmerica Farmer Grower
JULY 26 - ISSUE 30

Soybeans Are No Longer Step-Child To Corn
BETTY VALLE GEGG-NAEGER: Senior Staff Writer, MidAmerica Farmer Grower
IFAD President Spells Out What Is Needed To Get African Agriculture Back On Track
DR. DARYLL E. RAY: Agricultural Economist, University of Tennessee & DR. HARDWOOD D. SCHAEFER: Research Assistant Professor at APAC, University of Tennessee
Weather Is Driving Grain, Cotton Prices
DR. AARON SMITH: Assistant Professor, Crop Marketing Specialist, University of Tennessee
Delayed Rice Crop Could Face Late-Season Threats
Some Principles Of Fungicide Resistance V- Ecological Fitness
DR. PAUL VINCELLI: Extension Professor and Provost's Distinguished Service Professor, University of Kentucky
UK Research Breaking Down Production Barriers
Holt AgriBusiness Donates Close To $1 Million Worth Of Machinery To Tarleton State University's Agriculture Center
Insect Action Picking Up In Early Maturing Soybean Fields
DR. SCOTT STEWART: IPM Extension Specialist, University of Tennessee
Equipment Talk
MIKE LINTON: Genral Manager - Heritage Agriculture of Arkansas
Local Field Trials Preview Potential Releases
STEWART RUNSICK: Technical Services, RiceTec, Inc.
U.S. 2013-14 Rice Planting Estimates Reduced
ECONOMIC RESEARCH SERVICE U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC
Placements, Marketings Were Down In June
DR. RON PLAIN AND DR. SCOTT BROWN: Agricultural Economists, University of Missouri
Cattle Confirmed Deaths Due To Blackleg
Look Out For Ergot In Pastures
Eastern Missouri Livestock Auction
JULY 19, 2013 • Bowling Green, Mo.
Farmington Livestock Market
JULY 17, 2013 • Farmington, Mo.
Fruitland Livestock Market
JULY 16, 2013 • Fruitland, Mo.
Patton Junction Livestock Auction
JULY 15, 2013 • Patton, Mo.

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