Articles by AGDAILY Staff

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12-year-old with dwarfism finds passion for showing mini-cow

· January 22, 2018

A 12-year-old Georgia boy with a rare form of dwarfism called Spondyloepimetaphyseal dysplasia has found a passion for showing cattle, specifically his mini-cow. According to WGXA, James McNeal, who was paralyzed at 2-years-old and has had 31 different surgeries, is thriving thanks to a friendship with his mini-cow, Georgia.

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Documentary rides along with modern-day cowboy culture

· January 17, 2018

Check out the trailer of the new documentary “Down The Fence,” which profiles horse trainers on their journey to compete for one of the most challenging equestrian championships in the world. The film documents how cowboy culture has evolved and is thriving because of the little-known sport of reined cow horse. “Down The Fence” is now available to […]

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NCBA calls bull on farms labeled highly toxic Superfund sites

· January 17, 2018

The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) has kicked off a media campaign aimed at spotlighting and correcting a recent court decision that will require livestock producers to comply with laws that are only meant to apply to highly toxic Superfund sites. The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) was enacted to provide for […]

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California firefighters rescue calf from 16-foot well

· January 16, 2018

A calf that had fallen through rotten wood and into a 16-foot well in Sonoma County, California came out unscathed Monday. Firefighters were able to safely hoist the calf using a rope and harness and return her to her mother. The owner believes the calf had been stuck in the 3 to 4 feet of […]

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Farmer Derek submerges himself in an icy water tank

· January 16, 2018

You think you’re cold — Farmer Derek Klingenberg takes it to a whole ‘nother level!  While opening his Farmers Edge swag pack, one of the shirts sports the phrase “Smart farming is ______.” Derek’s daughter “helpfully” chimes in with “swimming,” and here you have it.

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CommonGround mom digs into benefits of plant breeding

· January 10, 2018

For more than seven years, CommonGround volunteers have served as resources for consumers who have questions about how their food is grown. In a newly-released video, CommonGround Iowa volunteer Sara Ross shares her perspective on plant breeding innovation with the help of a fellow mom – and plant breeder – Jessie Alt. “Plant breeding innovation […]

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