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  1. The nitrate - and phosphorous-rich effluent comes largely from pig, cattle and chicken farms. The Po valley accounts for 35% of Italy’s agricultural production and 55% of its livestock ...

  2. It’s dirt,” said Carolyn Fretwell, a rancher whose family has grazed cattle and sheep on the plains near Coonabarabran, 300 miles northwest of Sydney, for 80 years. “We’ve lived through ...

  3. Ranchers are being told to take photos and cover up any livestock that may have been killed by a predator to assist Wildlife Services investigators who are being stretched thin in Western ...

  4. A growing number of Texas ranchers and farmers are trimming their livestock, or selling them altogether, as the persistent drought has eliminated water supplies and forage for the animals ...

  5. DES MOINES, Iowa- Showing livestock at the Iowa State Fair is often a family affair. For Deb Reasoner of Ellston, she’s got plenty of experience being a goat showing Mom...shows,” said ...

  6. U.S. cattle futures rose on Tuesday, supported by technical buying after falling on Monday, traders said.

  7. With dry conditions forecast to continue for the next three months, farmers had to decide whether to continue the expensive and laborious task of hand-feeding cattle and sheep or sell ...

  8. Gains in cattle futures of less than 1 percent, compared to losses in corn of 3 percent and soybeans nearly 5 percent, underscored a relatively quiet session in the livestock trade ...

  9. In a state in which cattle outnumber people by a 4-1 ratio, livestock chute demonstrations in the Sioux National Ag Center Event Tent will be a highlight for attendees.

  10. Grains and livestock mixed | Idaho Statesman

    The Idaho Statesman5 days ago

    Wheat for Sept. fell 13.25 cents at 5.3350 a bushel; Sept. corn was down 1.25 cents at 3.5650 a bushel; Sept. oats rose 1.25 cents at $2.5800 bushel; while Aug. soybeans was up 7.50 cents at $8.5350 a bushel.

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