URBANA, Ill. — U.S. corn and soybean varieties have become increasingly heat and drought resistant as agricultural production adapts to a changing climate. But the focus on developing crops for extreme conditions has negatively affected performance under normal weather patterns, a University of Illinois study shows. “Since the 1950s, advances in breeding and management practices […]
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The Cattle Inventory from USDA tends to support the idea that the 5-year herd expansion rate has leveled off, perhaps signaling an end to the expansion.