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Co-ops give boost to farmers, rural communities.
You don’t have to be a farmer to work in agriculture.
Leading commodities, based on cash receipts.
A closer look at Michigan’s diverse industry.
Dairy processors provide markets, growth in state.
Animal ID program increases efficiency and improves marketability of cattle.
Michigan Ag in the Classroom promotes agriculture literacy.
New study shows importance of Alabama agriculture and forestry industries.
Rural Crime Unit protects Alabama farmers.
Plant Protection division works to reduce invasive species damage in Alabama.
Diverse forestry industry offers many benefits to the state.
Alabama cattle farmers are moving safety and sustainability to the top of the list.
Dairy farmers in Alabama adapt to new industry climate.
Alabama goat production booming, faces challenges.
Buy Alabama’s Best supports local products, benefits Children’s of Alabama.
Belle Chévre markets Alabama goat cheese directly to consumers.
The Farmers Market Authority promotes buying and selling at local Alabama markets.
Alabama Ag in the Classroom program gives Alabama students look at farm life.
Alabama’s poultry industry improves genetics, efficiency, technology and husbandry.
Alabama farmers increase sweet potato crop yield to meet demand.
Virginia’s top commodities based on cash receipts.
Technology introduces new opportunities for the Virginia tobacco industry.
Peanut and cotton technology in Virginia provides many benefits.
Virginia’s Finest® program celebrates 25 years.
More efficient farming in Virginia leads to better animal care.
Virginia aquaculture industry continues to grow.
Cotton industry bolsters jobs and income in Arkansas.
Arkansas conservation districts center on fundamental needs.
Arkansas produces superior tomatoes.
Specialty tree crops make up a valuable part of Arkansas’ economy.
Sustainable practices keep Arkansas forestry industry whole.
Arkansas State Champion Horse Show brings prestige to the state.
NASS Arkansas Field Office helps track U.S. agriculture.
Farmers strive for water conservation in Arkansas.
Like farm equipment, Arkansas’ agribusiness has a wide variety.
What’s new in sales tax for agriculture in Arkansas.
Tomatoes are official in Arkansas.
Mississippi’s agriculture industry is as rich as its soils.
Mississippi’s top commodities, based on cash receipts.
MDAC plays important role in safeguarding the Mississippi honey bee industry.
MSU’s REACH program provides the science behind conservation.
Farm Families of Mississippi bridges communication gap between farmers and consumers.
Mississippi is the perfect place for sweet potatoes.
The Mississippi Market Bulletin is still delivering what farm community wants.
Mississippi’s pork industry has big economic impact.
The broiler industry heats up in Mississippi.
Mississippi’s agricultural exports make a big impact.
Women bring fresh perspectives, great work ethic to the Mississippi agriculture industry.
Quality cattle management makes great Mississippi beef.
A look at the state’s diverse agriculture industry.
Kentucky’s top commodities, based on cash receipts.
New program helps veterans realize successful careers in agriculture.
Kentucky Agricultural Council unveils new strategic plan.
A look into the state’s diverse farm and food industry.
Ohio sees growth in corn and soybeans.
Ohio Proud program celebrates 20 years of supporting state-made products.
An overview of the state’s No. 1 industry.
Ohio’s bicentennial farms enjoy 200 years of same-family ownership.
Ohio’s nursery and forestry industries flourish.
Ohio provides artisanal produce to chefs across the nation.
Ohio comes together to create more agribusiness jobs.
Ohio food processors create unique products using agricultural ingredients.
Ohio poultry farmers implement best practices to ensure healthy hens.
Wisconsin farmers produce some of the highest quality American ginseng in the world.
Wisconsin’s growing beef cattle business benefits from other ag industries.
Wisconsin dairy farms represent multiple generations.
A look at the state’s varied agriculture industry.
Wisconsin agricultural exports reach new records.
Trade missions create new markets for Wisconsin forestry.
Major agricultural companies have a strong presence in Wisconsin.
Agricultural research model melds academics and farmers in Wisconsin.
A look at the state’s varied agriculture industry
Georgia’s official seal pays tribute to agriculture and commerce.
Stevia and other new commodities position Georgia to grow.
Georgia’s hunting plantations preserve the state’s agricultural heritage.
Agricultural aviation adds efficiency for Georgia farmers.
New crop systems and technology help conserve Georgia’s natural resources through agricultural sustainability.
Georgia farmers find support in a variety of ways.
Visit the Georgia Grown website for updates on the latest agricultural happenings.
International demand is rising for Georgia’s agricultural products.
Find agriculture events happening around Georgia in 2013 and 2014.
Program helps Mississippians grow and market healthy food.
Four brothers run dairy goat operation at the family farm in Brandon.
Crop dusting techniques help Mississippi farmers with efficiency and crop production.
Mississippi’s Calhoun County specialty crop of sweet potatoes contributes to the agriculture economy.
Specialty crops allow state farmers to create new markets.
Certified Farmers Market program encourages consumers to eat local and healthy.
Annual horse shows add significant value to the state’s economy.
Junior livestock events set new Mississippi records in 2012.
Kentucky’s annual State Fair in Louisville’s agriculture competitions and livestock shows combine fun, education and agriculture
Find agriculture events happening around Georgia in 2012 and 2013.
Filmmaker Andrew Beck explores the agriculture industry and why food matters in Alabama in his documentary, “Eating Alabama.”
While shopping in my neighborhood Publix, I noticed something unique below the Publix brand mushrooms: a photo and story about the mushroom farmers.
Agriculture is one of the United States’ most important industries, employing 17 percent of the country’s total work force. Here are fun facts and statistics about U.S. agriculture.
To keep up with projected population growth, more food will have to be produced in the next 50 years as the past 10,000 years combined. Find out more about the efforts of today’s United States farmers.
U.S. farmers in more than 30 states grow soybeans, making soybeans the country’s top value crop export. Find out more soybean facts and stats.
An overview of Alabama’s top agriculture commodities including poultry, greenhouse and nursery, cattle and calves, soybeans and cotton.
Alabama’s 22 million acres of commercial forests help the state’s economy stand tall. The state’s forests are the nation’s second-largest timberland and each year supply $12 billion worth of wood and paper products for countless industries.
There are 7 billion people in the world today, and by 2050, the world will have more than 9 billion. The agriculture industry including Alabama ag leaders are trying to determine the role they can play in feeding and sheltering them all.
Alabama catfish production and processing have a combined economic impact of around $500 million annually, not including feed sales and service providers.
Alabama farmers have implemented a crop rotation system as a way to improve their soil, increase their cotton yields and provide an alternative cash crop. By alternating cotton with peanuts or other soil-enriching legumes, such as sweet potatoes or soybeans, cotton crops have improved.
The poultry industry contributes more than $10 billion to Alabama’s economy and is the leading agricultural revenue segment for the state. Alabama ranks third nationally in broiler production and 14th in eggs.
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