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Florida Georgia Line appeared on Fox's new show Knock Knock Live Tuesday night to surprise five fans with a VIP trip on their This Is How We Cruise this November. The guys also gave the lucky fans some FGL merchandise and some T-shirts from Brian Kelley's Tribe Kelley clothing line.

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Trisha Yearwood worked as a tour guide at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville when she first moved to town, so having her own exhibit at the museum is a real "milestone" for the singer.

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Luke Bryan's new album, Kill the Lights, is due out August 7 featuring six tracks co-written by Luke himself.

 

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The finalists in the Choice Country Song category of the 2015 Teen Choice Awards have been revealed as part of the ceremony's second wave of nomination announcements.

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  • Wheat yields good at MU test plots

    Despite heavy rain and related disease pressures in wheat, yields have been good at most test sites in the University of Missouri Variety Testing Program. Southeast Missouri sites are showing the highest yields. While yields varied from site to site, seven varieties yielded 100 bushels or more per acre in southeast Missouri’s Scott County. Plots... Read more »

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  • A little less-profitable on the farm in June

    The Index of Prices Received by Farmers in June decreased 1.9 percent from May. Lower prices for cattle, broilers and hay more than offset higher prices for eggs, onions and lettuce. The Crop Index was 2.2 percent lower; corn averaged $3.58 per bushel down 4 cents from May. Soybeans were 2 cents lower at $9.58,... Read more »

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  • Prices a little higher on the dairy farm

    The June all-milk price gained 20 cents to $16.90 per hundredweight. Prices range from $20.90 in Florida; up 40 cents from May to $15.72 in California up 60 cents from May. The June Milk-to-Feed Ratio is 2.06 compared to 1.96 in May and 2.20 in June of 2014. The price of dairy cows increased in... Read more »

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  • Cheese and butter up again

    Another good day in the cash cheese and butter markets on Thursday. Barrels increased 2 cents, blocks gained 4.5 cents and butter was 4.25 cents higher. Nonfat dry milk slipped 2.5 cents per pound.  Class III futures increased with the cheese market, August gained 8 cents, September added 24 cents and October increased 18 cents.... Read more »

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