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Chinese feed officials foresee swine slowdown

On Saturday in Nanchang, the Iowa Soybean Association (ISA) trade delegation met with Yuan Ji Hong, procurement center general manager with Twins Group, the largest producer of swine feed in China. Yuan Ji Hong confirmed what was heard during previous feed company visits—that pork production in southern China has “flattened out” in recent months and... Read more »

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Solution for "Huge problem" for cattle producers

Missouri is one of many states where toxic fescue has taken a bite out of the beef industry. University of Missouri Extension Forage Specialist Craig Roberts says farmers need to replace Kentucky-31, or K-31 tall fescue with non-toxic fescue, “It’s the most serious and devastating forage livestock disorder in the United States.” The so-called “Fescue... Read more »

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Horse trainer relates to people as well as horses

Van Hargis of Victoria, Texas, has been training horses for money since he was 12, but he says he’s learned a lot since then. It’s paid off. Hargis is in high demand as a clinician.  He tells Brownfield Ag News that when he’s in front of people, he thinks of himself as a horse clinician... Read more »

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ISA president on the importance of trade missions

In this, the fourth in our series of Brownfield Network news reports with the Iowa Soybean Association (ISA) trade mission in southern China, ISA president Tom Oswald talks about the importance of trade missions such as this. AUDIO: Brownfield Network news report from China

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Agriculture in southern China

On Friday, the Iowa Soybean Association trade mission headed southeast, traveling from Yichang to Nanchang by high-speed train at speeds up to 120 miles per hour. Traveling through the countryside, we saw many different kinds of crops being produced. A lot of rapeseed (canola), also rice, wheat and vegetables. Most of the crops are grown... Read more »

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