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Trisha Yearwood is becoming just as well-known for her cooking skills as her astonishing vocal prowess.


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.


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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  • Koster files egg bill appeal

    Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster and plaintiffs from five other states have filed an appeal in the case of the California egg legislation they are fighting. Last October, a district judge in California tossed out their lawsuit against California’s Proposition Two, which requires eggs produced in California and elsewhere to meet that state’s new enlarged-cage... Read more »

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  • Work to do before planting begins

    There’s work to do BEFORE planting begins. Shaun Casteel, Extension soybean specialist at Purdue University says work begins by looking back at where things ended in 2014. “Corn yields were great, exceptional, harvest was later than normal, we got frozen soils so we didn’t get fertilizer applied and we didn’t get tillage on a lot... Read more »

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  • On-Farm Network ‘a trusted, credible resource’

    The Iowa Soybean Association’s On-Farm Network collects data in the process of conducting research that growers can use. Farmers and agronomists working with the On-Farm Network use precision agriculture and technology to determine of the right combinations of inputs and practices that improve efficiency, profitability and environmental stewardship. On-Farm Network Director Pat Reeg tells Brownfield... Read more »

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  • Helping producers prepare for disease threats

    Over the next 5 years, the pork checkoff will invest $15 million to better prepare the nation’s pork producers in the fight against swine diseases. Dr. Paul Sundberg, vice president of science and technology with the National Pork Board says the Swine Health Information Center will have three functions.  It will monitor swine diseases around... Read more »

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