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Klinefelter: By the Numbers
Rookies who want to run commercial farms lack the capital to farm solo. Realistically, their odds increase by teaming up with existing operations.
Ag Drones Under Scrutiny
In a little publicized document published in late June, the FAA posited that using an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) for commercial agricultural purposes is outside of hobbyist activity and may be regulated in the future.
USDA Readies Dairy Program
Dairy producers will be able to sign up for the new federal Dairy Margin Protection Program beginning Tuesday.
Rainy Days and Thursdays
DTN readers have been asking why we haven't been writing more about wet crops, so this week, DTN Managing Editor Cheri Zagurski posed the question to her group of reader consultants and here are some of their responses.
Mapping the CWA
Maps set for release are expected to show the potential reach of the proposed Clean Water Act rule, giving the public a first-time look at the extent of the measure. An EPA official says the maps can be misleading.
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