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For more than a quarter-century, farmers and ranchers have turned to AgDay each weekday morning for a daily dose of news, weather and market information. Covering all aspects and all corners of farm country, AgDay provides up-to-the-minute news and analysis that producers can use to make better decisions for their operation.

Hosted by Clinton Griffiths, AgDay has been on the air since 1982. Clinton is joined each day by veteran AgriBusiness Director Al Pell, award-winning meteorologist Mike Hoffman and a team of reporters covering specific regions of the country, including Michelle Rook in the Northern Plains and Erica Goss in the Cotton Belt. As part of the Farm Journal Media team, AgDay marshals the journalistic resources found companywide, including regular contributions from FARM JOURNAL and TOP PRODUCER magazines, the Pro Farmer newsletter and the AgWeb.com website.

 

In addition to timely news and market insight, AgDay reaches out to consumers with its daily “Food and Your Family” report. From food safety to health news, this report showcases the many ways agriculture impacts everyone. The program also offers a daily slice of Americana titled “In the Country-” a look at the people and places that make rural America such an inviting place to live and explore.

Featuring 260 new programs every year, AgDay airs weekday mornings on RFD-TV, “Rural America’s Most Important Network.” To learn more about the program, head online to www.agday.com.  AgDay...The Country Experience.

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Ag Day rice, soybean production meeting set for Jan. 5 at Lonoke Ag Center

Dec 16, 2014 • High Plains Journal
Extension rice and soybean agronomists, weed, soil and plant pathology experts will be on hand Jan. 5, 2015, for the annual Ag Day at the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture's Ag Center in Lonoke. “This meeting will provide producers ... More

Central Dakota Ag Day set for Dec. 16 in Carrington

Dec 9, 2014 • Farm and Ranch Guide
CARRINGTON, N.D. - Producers can learn about a wide variety of subjects ranging from crops, livestock, financial matters and horticulture at the Central Dakota Ag Day. This all-day event will be held Dec. 16 at the Carrington Research Extension Center ... More

Farmers look to future on Ag Day

Dec 8, 2014 • Huron Daily Tribune
UBLY — A signature event following the conclusion of each crop season, Thumb Ag Day, is scheduled to take place Wednesday at Ubly Heights Golf and Country Club. More than 250 people typically attend the annual event to meet with vendors as well as ... More

Swisher County Ag Day set for Dec. 16

Dec 5, 2014 • Pampa News
TULIA – The annual Swisher County Ag Day will be hosted by the Swisher County Ag Committee on Dec. 16 at the Swisher County Memorial Building located at 127 S.W. 2nd St. or State Highway 86 in Tulia. The program will begin with registration from ... More

Boys and Girls Ag Day Results

Nov 23, 2014 • Scoop.co.nz (press release)
The Synlait Boys and Girls Agricultural Club Championship Day was held last week at Canterbury Agricultural Park. Outlying Canterbury Primary Schools were given the opportunity to compete in livestock judging, similar to what they would experience at ... More

World Ag Expo Announces 2015 Top-10 New Product Winners

Dec 18, 2014 • AgWeb
The coveted Top 10 New Products blue ribbon from World Ag Expo brings widespread marketing exposure for the winners. © Catherine Merlo, Dairy Today. Three of the top 10 are dairy-related and will be featured at the show Feb. 10-12 in Tulare, Calif. More

HomeNewsMocotoxins in 2014 Corn Silage Could be Stealing Milk

Dec 19, 2014 • AgWeb
The results are in and this year's North America corn silage crop contains a mixture of molds and mycotoxins, putting beef and dairy cattle at high risk for mycotoxin exposure and performance problems including a 3.5 pound average loss in milk yield, ... More

Grains fell sharply in the overnight session

Dec 19, 2014 • AgWeb (blog)
Grains fell sharply in the overnight session with wheat leading the slide lower on a 19-cent decline. This follows yesterday's 24-cent fall from its high on the March contract of 6.77. For corn, prices were off 6 cents in the night trade while beans ... More

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