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  1. CWB Desperation hurting us all
  2. Oat Production
  3. Which Canola variety to grow in 2012?
  4. NH3 and dry soil
  5. Contans on Sclerotia
  6. Bill C-18
  7. Ag minister re-elected in Saskatchewan Party sweep
  8. Viterra buys Esso in Western Canada
  9. Palm Oil Poduction in Malaysia
  10. Fertilizer on Rice
  11. Record U.S. Edible Oil Imports Expected
  12. Proline
  13. Wheat Board
  14. USDA - stands for ...
  15. USDA Cuts Corn-Production Forecast Again
  16. USDA yanks Christmas tree fees after criticism
  17. Pest Control
  18. Organic Fertilizer
  19. Sunflower Acres
  20. CWB protesting in Toronto ?
  21. Feds launch new ag research, commercialization fund
  22. UPA president Lacasse won't seek re-election
  23. Oklahoma Farm Bureau Convention
  24. Zinc Black Label Fertilizer Question
  25. ADM to Build Biodiesel Plant in Lloydminster, Canada
  26. Crude Oil Trades High
  27. CWB supporters take to Parliament Hill
  28. Northern Ag Expo
  29. British Agriculture Needs Rain After Driest 12 Months on Record
  30. U.K.?s Openfield Signs Deal to Supply Feed Wheat to U.S.
  31. Non-crop weed killer cleared for Clearfield canola
  32. Nuffield Program
  33. N.Y. rules could halt St. Lawrence traffic: Feds
  34. No 97: The contingency fund as political football
  35. Fleet Named Seed Of The Year
  36. Critics protest USDA spending bill
  37. Wheat Board says Ottawa must let farmers vote
  38. Marketing boards: Are farmers milking consumers?
  39. Livestock Slaughter Record Lows in October for Veal and Lamb and Mutton Production
  40. South Carolina Governor?s School for Science and Mathematics Receives Monsanto Fund
  41. ICE Futures Canada Updates
  42. Canola, hort crops get new active in separate fungicides
  43. Que. to offer advances on ASRA transition funding
  44. Anhydrous leak
  45. Market fundamentals push wheat PROs lower
  46. Canola production chief's death
  47. Theft Prevention tips for grain storage
  48. Crunch time for CWB bill
  49. C-18 Passes Final Commons Vote
  50. Monsanto and Evogene
  51. New Sask. potash mine
  52. New fertilizer management software to help irrigation farmers
  53. New futures contract gets approval
  54. Marketing Freedom Will Create New Opportunities for Manitoba Wheat and Barley Industr
  55. Trackage deal extends CP's reach in Iowa
  56. Quality and Shelf-life for Fruit & Vegetables
  57. CFIA offers pre-clearance process for imported seed
  58. Fuel rationing continues
  59. Central Illinois Pursuit of Maximum Yields Update
  60. Cargill plans job cuts
  61. US refinery closure may leave Braskem PP plant in feedstock lurch
  62. Crucial wheat board ruling due today in Winnipeg court ? Winnipeg Free Press
  63. StatsCan confirms larger canola, wheat crops
  64. Darrel Good: Anticipating Crop Prices in 2012
  65. Largest Ever Government Purchase of Biofuel
  66. CWB ruling Dec 7 2011
  67. Biodiesel plants seen as boon for Alberta
  68. Producers Urge Action Against RFS
  69. CME: No Change Expected in Grain Supply
  70. Fertilizer firms settle legal fight over Sask. potash
  71. Feds to fund 'Canada brand' work for malting barley
  72. Wild oat killer adds options for Prairie wheat growers
  73. Text of Wheat Growers Presentation to Senate
  74. Senate to slap closure on CWB bill Monday
  75. Big world grain crops ease tight supply: USDA
  76. 2011 Crop Pest Management Shortcourse and MCPR Trade Show
  77. Many farmland purchases made with cash
  78. Insurance Option Raises Crop Yields
  79. Climbing Out Of The Dark: Eastern farmers join CWB!
  80. The CWB Monitor ? The courts aren?t always right
  81. Experts see CWB legislation entering legal limbo
  82. It appears Bill C18 is moving forward despite judge?s declaration
  83. Ag Aviators Facing Unnecessary Regulations
  84. Wheat board fight not over
  85. Upgraded Everest herbicide approved for Prairie wheat
  86. Payouts still on hold from Maple Leaf listeria suits
  87. New flour mill for Guelph
  88. Manitoba Tories name new ag critic
  89. Bayer sheds Rovral fungicide brand
  90. Conservatives' CWB bill clears Senate, royal assent
  91. USDA Unveils Online Tool to Help Farmers With Food Safety
  92. BASF Appoints New Executive Board Member
  93. Glorious day for marketing freedom
  94. Plum pox virus containment program launched
  95. Western Canadian Wheat and Barley Farmers Finally Get Marketing Freedom
  96. BASF Raises Prices of Agrochemical Intermediates
  97. Regina executive named wheat board?s new chairman
  98. Monsanto?s Vistive Gold Soybean Trait Receives USDA Deregulation
  99. Alberta growers want a provincial wheat commission
  100. Monsanto Company Sets Webcast and Analyst/Media Call
  101. CWB fusarium programs to disappear
  102. Plant to Make Fertilizer That Eases a Threat
  103. Richardson to expand SE Sask. elevators capacity
  104. Meyer says the WTO rule change process has just begun
  105. Will 2012 be a watershed year?
  106. Ammonium nitrate added to emergency regulations list
  107. USDA Issues New Safety Rules for Beef
  108. Learning More About Fungicide Use
  109. USDA Announces Soybean Sale to China
  110. Fremont Corn Expo- Nebraska
  111. Prairie canola variety data now available
  112. How about $6,700 per acre for corn land?
  113. Conference explores life after the CWB monopoly
  114. Farmers use human waste as fertilizer and has neighbours kicking up a stink
  115. Mosaic cuts phosphate production
  116. Crops Expo planned for Jan. 6 in Watertown
  117. USDA announces Commodity Credit Corporation lending rates for January 2012
  118. Herbicide Resistant Weeds Affecting Canadian Farmers
  119. Wheat Growers moving forward
  120. Viterra expects eight-figure gains from CWB deregulation
  121. Glyphosate Resistant Kochia Found in Southern Alberta
  122. Canadian Wheat Board not yet buying 2012/13 grains
  123. KAP on new agriculture minister in Manitoba..
  124. CWB creating new programs for a new era
  125. New winter wheat variety released
  126. Scientists aim to apply the science of nitrogen to fields
  127. Judge weighs Wheat Board bid for injunction against Tories
  128. Greg Kostal ? 2012 Canola Market ? Demand Bullish & Price Negative
  129. Broadleaf, grass herbicide rebooted for corn crops in East
  130. dealing with pea stubble
  131. Manitoba forecasts higher AgriInsurance premiums in 2012
  132. Australia?s Experience in Having Wheat Marketing Choice
  133. USDA Announces $308M for Disaster-Stricken States
  134. Viterra posts record 2011 but Q4 profit skids
  135. Spud shortage takes toll
  136. MGEX cleared for non-U.S. wheat on HRSW contract
  137. CFIB Calls Red Tape Agricultural Competition Issue
  138. Bold move generates little no fire and little smoke
  139. AMI Episode 3 ? Cost of Production (COP) ? Using COP to Your Business Advantage
  140. A new Farm Bill from Congress? Likely not until Spring of 2013
  141. USDA Releases 2011/12 Agricultural Production Estimates
  142. Ohio State field crop programs coming in February
  143. Richardson expands in grain as Canada reform looms
  144. Fertilizer from the sea improves soils
  145. Agrimoney.com | Ukraine export curbs possible too, says CWB
  146. Mystic Site Helps Local Connecticut School Groups
  147. Port group to close as CWB monopoly ends
  148. BASF asks growers to lock in on lentils
  149. Seed-applied liquid nutrient approved for cereal crops
  150. The CWB Monitor: Confidence
  151. Prairie flaxseed cash bids continue to soften
  152. Corn checkoff hike eyed
  153. Russia to determine grain export cap Thursday
  154. Weekly Fertilizer Review
  155. Wheat growers get wild-oat killer in liquid form
  156. Malting barley initials to get $50-plus boost
  157. Canadian Wheat Board 2.0 to roll out in weeks
  158. FarmTech 2012 ? Gerry Ritz ? The Realities of an Open Market for Wheat and Barley
  159. UPDATE 2-Canada Wheat Board has no comment on Iran talk
  160. Bayer CropScience to Divest Crop Uses for Carbaryl
  161. Record wheat stocks offset South American drought
  162. Province announces wheat funds
  163. Analysis: U.S. farmers may fail in fertilizer face-off
  164. USDA administrator hosts crop insurance forum Feb. 13
  165. Cargill to shut SE Sask. crop input centre
  166. Monsanto guilty of chemical poisoning in France
  167. 2013 Budget Will Cut Ag Programmes
  168. Sell Refined Palm Oil
  169. Viterra goes off livestock feed
  170. Canadian Wheat Board supporters launch new court battle
  171. Wheat School ? Why Red Clover is a No-Brainer
  172. USDA Budget Requires Cuts Because of Deficit, Vilsack Says
  173. Engage Agro to market weed killer for corn growers
  174. Video: Future of Farming: Prospero Robot Farmer
  175. Rick Mercer: Demise of the CWB
  176. Cargill to shut Winnipeg elevator, ag input centre
  177. CWB books $6B in revenues for 2010-11
  178. Illinois Farm Bureau president is optimistic the new Farm Bill will be positive
  179. Judge rules on Canadian wheat marketing
  180. Canadian Wheat Board to tweak name
  181. Grain World: Pooling, other options discussed for Prairie wheat
  182. What is ACRE?
  183. P+H to make play for Great Lakes grain handler
  184. U.S. wheat wants access to Canadian elevators
  185. The new Canadian Wheat Board makes its move
  186. European rapeseed problems support canola
  187. Glencore Said to Express Interest in Buying Canadian Grain-Handler Viterra
  188. Bayer CropScience Acquires Germplasm Assets
  189. Sask. farmers to see fee hikes for provincial services
  190. Changes will accommodate early soil thaw across Southern Manitoba
  191. Manitoba allows early-spring fertilizing
  192. rice growing
  193. Lang and O?Leary Discuss Glencore Buying Viterra
  194. TeeJet AI3070 Dual Pattern Flat Spray Tip Introduced
  195. Enrolment opens for CWB?s new-crop programs
  196. USDA predicts record acreage to corn
  197. BASF Sells Fertilizer Business to EuroChem
  198. Tightening canola rotations may pose problems in long run
  199. Ex-CWB directors to appeal Man. court loss
  200. New Fungicides Ready for the 2012 Disease Season
  201. ICE Canola Down With Profit-Taking
  202. Top 5 Companies in the Fertilizers & Agricultural Chemicals Industry With the Highest
  203. Wheat School: How to Make Wireworm Bait Balls
  204. Viterra stockholders vote on Glencore bid next month
  205. Young farmers offered new loans for land, buildings
  206. Indofil Goes Big With Mancozeb in Europe
  207. Looking for Ways to Control Leptospirosis
  208. Will the next farmland auction be higher or lower in price?
  209. USDA Rural Development Celebrates Earth Day
  210. Corn dryer being built in southwest Idaho
  211. Feds Deal a Lose-Lose for Industry Funding
  212. Canola marketing a possibility under new CWB
  213. It is about time ? producer directed market development for wheat and barley
  214. Old/new-crop canola spread to widen further
  215. Novozymes and Syngenta to partner in delivering JumpStart®
  216. Ag Groups Testify on Conservation
  217. FREE DRAW! Seeding underway in southern Sask.
  218. Wheat School: Protecting the Flag Leaf is Critical to Achieve Yield
  219. Quit With the Hutterite Bashing
  220. Pulse School - What Diseases Should Producers Be Looking Out For This Year?
  221. Feds? appeal of CWB ruling gets court date
  222. As Combines Start to Roll in Far Southwest Oklahoma
  223. Glencore/Viterra marriage clears regulators
  224. New Heavy Hitting Herbicides from Syngenta
  225. Alberta justice minister shuffled to ag file
  226. Prairie wheat commissions under construction
  227. CWB halts organic marketing
  228. Zacks Investment Ideas feature highlights: AGCO, CNH Global, Agrium and Titan Interna
  229. Canola School ? Identifying Seedling Blight Pathogens in Your Canola Stand
  230. More Canadian farms are making formal business meetings
  231. Robots Are Coming To A Farm Near You
  232. 7 Causes for Corn Emergence Problems
  233. CME Group adjusts plan for expanded hours
  234. CP engineers, conductors serve strike notice
  235. Manitoba Crop Update with Richard Marsh
  236. Corn School ? How Do I Know if My Soil Applied Herbicide is Working?
  237. Monsanto Company to Purchase Planting Technology Developer Precision Planting
  238. CWB and Government Back in Court
  239. Darrel Good: Is the Long Ethanol Boom Coming to a Close?
  240. SEEDING REPORTS/FREE DRAW: ?Optimism abounds!?
  241. Drought parches wheat fields worldwide
  242. Viterra stockholders back Glencore takeover
  243. Determining Herbicide Timing in Non-GMO Soybeans with Varied Staging
  244. Saskatchewan Ag Minister, Lyle Stewart
  245. Diamondbacks a season-long threat in Alta.
  246. Maximizing Yields in Corn-on-Corn
  247. Four Reasons to Monitor Herbicide Efficacy
  248. CWB retools processing of producer contracts
  249. Pulse School ? Pulse Management ? The Weed Free Period, Seeding Rates & Dry Down Prod
  250. Wheat School ? Multiple Applications of Fungicide In Wheat ? Are We There Yet?