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Keith Urban isn't exactly living the good life on the American Idol set this season.

 

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Justin Moore is an open book on most topics, but you won't find him speaking out on politics. It's not that Justin isn't interested in what's going on in Washington, D.C.

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Tim McGraw and Faith Hill closed out their Soul2Soul residency at The Venetian in Las Vegas Saturday night, and Faith took to Twitter to mark the occasion.

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Little Big Town's Kimberly Schlapman doesn't have to leave her house to tape her Great American Country cooking show, Kimberly's Simply Southern, this season.

Thanks to the money from LBT's big hit "Pontoon," Kimberly was able to renovate the kitchen in her Nashville-area home to make it perfect for filming the show.  Her husband, Stephen, designed the kitchen with some input from the cooking show's producer.

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  • SDFU president suspicious of rail/oil connection
    A member of the National Farmers Union Board says the problem with railways putting grain shipments on the back burner is as bad as it’s ever been and congressional investigation is likely needed. Doug Sombke, President of the South Dakota Farmers Union, says the Surface Transportation Board (STB) is not taking the issue seriously enough, “It’s very […]
         
  • FAS accepting foreign marketing apps
    USDA’s Foreign Ag Service will start accepting applications this week for FY 2015 export development programs. Most of the funding, nearly $172 million is allocated to the Market Access Program (MAP) where USDA helps trade associations, cooperatives, small businesses and trade groups promote and market products in overseas markets. Another $24 million will go to […]
         
  • Looks like cash cheese has turned around
    After steadily declining for a couple of weeks, prices have been increasing in the cash cheese market this week. Barrels went from $2.25 on April 2nd to $2.075 by April 10. They are now back up to $2.1875. Blocks went from $2.385 down to $2.165 and back up to $2.2225 during the same period. National Dairy […]
         
  • Board directs rail industry to provide delivery plans
    Given the immediate need for fertilizer for farmers entering the planting season, the Surface Transportation Board will now require reports from the rail industry on its plans to ensure delivery of fertilizer to farmers in the upper Midwest. Steve Sharp president of Consumer United Rail Equity applauds the STB’s decision.  He says, “It’s in the […]
         



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