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Keith Urban has released his collaboration with Eric Church, "Raise 'Em Up," as the new single from his Grammy-nominated album Fuse. Read more...

Eric Church, who's nominated for four Grammys this year, including Best Country Album for The Outsiders, is among the first performers announced for the Grammy telecast in February.

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Darius Rucker will release his fourth country album, titled Southern Style, on March 31. The project features his latest single, "Homegrown Honey."

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Brantley Gilbert is headed across the pond for a run of shows through Europe starting next month. It's a long way from his native Georgia, and Brantley admits he didn't do much traveling before he launched his country career.

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  • Applications sought for national checkoff board

    Indiana Soybean Alliance is accepting applications for directors of the national soybean checkoff organization, the United Soybean Board.  While the US Secretary of Agriculture appoints directors to the USB board, ISA selects and submits candidate names to the US Department of Agriculture for the Secretary’s consideration. Dave Lowe, ISA president says the USB Board is... Read more »

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  • Analysts say land prices have stabilized

    Farmland values in Iowa have dropped 15 to 20 percent from their highs in 2013. But Kyle Hansen, land broker with Hertz Real Estate Services, says prices have stabilized since the completion of the 2014 harvest. “We’ve actually seen a fairly steady market over the last 60 days,” Hansen says. “We hope that continues, and... Read more »

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  • Dairy markets nudge a little higher

    Prices were a little higher in the dairy markets on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange on Monday. Cash cheese barrels and nonfat dry milk each gained a half-cent and butter was a quarter-cent higher.  All 2015 Class III contracts were higher with February up 26 cents, March increased 22 cents and April up 21 cents. Cooperatives... Read more »

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  • Dairy producers in good shape going into 2015

    After struggling for a few years, things have improved significantly for Accelerated Genetics. Chief Executive Officer Joel Groskreutz says the cooperative enjoyed growth of nearly 14 percent for the Fiscal Year which ended on September 30th.  He credits good milk prices, strong beef prices and “getting the right people on board.”  “Creating that vision so... Read more »

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