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Identity of Montana Carnivore Solved with DNA

"The DNA results are in." –Maury Povich

Containers are seen at the Yangshan Deep Water Port in Shanghai, China April 24, 2018.
USDA: $3 Billion In Increased U.S. Ag Exports In Latest Report

The USDA's quarterly outlook for U.S. Agricultural Trade has been released.

Longer-term forecasts will benefit agriculture and natural resource management.
Drought Swells in Plains as Producers Fear Repeat of 2011

Before too long, May will be over, and cattle producers in the Plains are concerned about summer grazing prospects.

“Battleground” In Beef Could Lead To Volatile Trade

Chip Nellinger of Blue Reef Agri-Marketing talks beef with AgDay host Clinton Griffiths.

Arkansas Cattle Producer Participating In Local Food Movement

In this story from the Arkansas Farm Bureau, a cattle producer is demonstrating his involvement in the local food movement.

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Oklahoma Wildfire Evacuations, Acres Continue To Burn

High temperatures, low humidity and heavy winds have Oklahoma’s wildfire threat at its highest point in a decade, according to the National Weather Service.

The Rhea Fire in northwest Oklahoma has killed two people and has burned 242,000 acres since April 12, 2018.
400,000+ Acres Burned In Rhea Wildfire

Since the Rhea Wildfire began on Thursday, more than 400,000 acres have burned in western Oklahoma.