Mississippi - News and Analysis

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Mississippi Rice: Irrigation Trial Summary – Alternate Wetting and Drying

AWD or alternate wetting and drying, is an irrigation practice made possible using the multiple inlet rice field system of […]

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Mississippi Outdoors: Free Apps Can Aid Deer Hunters

Deer hunters can take wildlife biologists’ expertise with them to the woods this season by downloading free apps from Mississippi […]

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Mississippi: Harvest Mostly Finished – USDA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending November 16, 2014. Comments from Extension Agents “This crop is for the […]

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Mississippi: Preparing for Flow Meter Reporting Deadline

Prior to the February 1, 2015 reporting date, MDEQ will send each participate a survey for completion.

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Mississippi: Mid-Week Rains Stop Harvest – USDA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending November 9, 2014. Comments from Extension Agents “Mid week rains stopped all […]

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Flint on Crops: Longevity in Farming Requires Great Adaptability

Anyone connected with agriculture has likely seen the widely circulated photo of the two small boys dressed in the striped […]

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Mississippi Wheat: Good Summer Crops Means Low Acreage

Excellent summer crop harvests in recent years is partly responsible for a significant decrease in the amount of wheat being […]

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Mississippi: Farm Bill Workshops Scheduled for December

These workshops are targeted at our numerous crop producers and will provide detailed information on the new covered commodity programs […]

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Mississippi: Good Cotton Yields Reported — USDA

Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending November 2 According to the National Agricultural Statistics Service in Mississippi, there […]

Ernie Flint, Mississippi State University Extension Area Agronomist

Flint on Crops: Crop Selection Can’t be Based on Weather Expectations

It seems like we just planted this crop and here we are at the first of November getting close to […]

Sunbelt Ag News

    Texas Cotton Harvest – Still Some To Go – AgFax11-20

    Grain TV: Prices Rally on Strong Demand11-20

    DTN Livestock Close: Feeder Futures Pressured by Corn Rally11-20

    Doane Cotton Close: Exports Continue Well Ahead of Pace11-20

    Mississippi: Water Conservation Summit, Stoneville, Dec. 1011-20

    Farm Internet Service Still Slow or Non-Existent, But Improving – DTN11-20

    AFB Grain-Soybean Close: All Markets Bounce Higher11-20

    AFB Cotton Close: Futures See Renewed Pressure11-20

    AFB Rice Close: Prices Continue to Climb11-20

    DTN Grain Close: Exports Boost Prices11-20

    Don’t Overlook Yield in Making Farm Program Choice11-20

    DTN Livestock Midday: Losses Hold in Hogs, Feeder Cattle11-20

    U.S. Grain Transportation: Weekly Inspections Reach Record11-20

    DTN Grain Midday: Soybeans Lead Markets Higher11-20

    U.S. Drought Outlook: Improvements Expected for California, Southwest11-20

    DTN Cotton Open: Slips to Slight Losses11-20

    U.S. Energy: Planned Refinery Maintenance Light in 201411-20

    Propane Stocks: Post Slight Increase11-20

    Gasoline Prices: Decrease by 5 Cents11-20

    Diesel Prices: Average Drops 2 Cents11-20

    DTN Livestock Open: Cattle Pits to Begin Mixed11-20

    DTN Grain Open: Corn, Soybeans Start Higher11-20

    Keith Good: Weather Brings Close to Upper Mississippi Shipping Season11-20

    Livestock: Arctic Chills Catch Markets Flatfooted – DTN11-19

    Farm Runoff Targeted for Regulation Following Algal Bloom Shutdown – DTN11-19

    DTN Cotton Close: Gives Back March Gains11-19

    Soybeans: China May Import More Non-GMO Beans – DTN11-19

    Mississippi Outdoors: Free Apps Can Aid Deer Hunters11-19

    Big River Rice And Grain Enhances, Expands Facilities In Arkansas, Louisiana11-19

    Farm Bill Commodity Program: Decisions and More Decisions11-18

    Young Farmers: USDA Is the ‘Lender of 1st Opportunity’ – DTN11-18

    Tax Extenders: Farm Groups Push Congress to Renew Section 179 This Year – DTN11-18

    AgFax Rice Review: Iraq Passes on U.S. Rice; Australia, China Sign FTA11-18

    USDA: Weekly National Peanut Prices11-18

    DTN Fertilizer Trends: Prices Show Little Movement11-18

    North Carolina: Bt Resistant Armyworms Migrating North11-18

    Georgia Cotton Commission Meeting, Production Workshop, Tifton, Jan. 2811-18

    Harvest Progress Slows with the End in Sight – DTN11-17

    Brazil Soybean Planting Catches Up – DTN11-17

    Kansas Wheat: Multi-Disease Resistance Subject of New Research11-17

    Good On Grain: Big Gap Between NASS, FSA Should Close Soon11-17

    DTN Midday Grain: Wheat Lifts Soy, Corn Off Today’s Lows11-17

    Farmers Without Working Capital: 6 Steps To Take Immediately – DTN11-17

    Kentucky: Ag Losing PR War with Environmentalists11-17

    Louisiana Rodeo: ‘Goat Dressing’ is a Tradition11-17

    St. Louis Fed: 3Q Farm Income Down; Farmland Values Up11-17

    Flint on Crops: Everything Begins with the Soil11-17

    Rice Market: Iraq Snubs U.S. Again, Discouraging USDA Reports11-14

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