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Jul 26, 2010

Are Hire-Backs A Good Thing?

Hiring back well-established, highly successful retiring professors and researchers is common among Land-Grant institutions as a means to over-come....More
Jul 18, 2010

A glimmer of hope

It’s the time of year that can make one lose perspective, which can literally try men’s souls – mid-July, in the Deep South, with the heat, humidity....More
Jul 14, 2010

There’s more to soccer…

I’m not a soccer fan. Paid no attention to the game at all until my son started playing when a local league was formed here in town....More
Jul 06, 2010

Pot calling the kettle…

For 77 days, some have been criticizing the U.S. government for not moving fast enough to contain the oil spill from the Deepwater Horizon platform....More
Jul 02, 2010

Government goober gaffe grounded

Congressman Bobby Bright of Alabama said it best, noting that it was a "solution in search of a non-existent problem." He was speaking about the U.S....More
Jun 30, 2010

Sunbelt Expo Field Day July 8

July arrives tomorrow, it’s hot and it’s time for the Sunbelt Expo Field Day....More
Jun 25, 2010

"Take Our Jobs"

The United Farm Workers organization has come up with an unusual way to weigh in on the immigration debate that has erupted across the country since....More
Jun 21, 2010

Faithful traveling companion moving on

Those of us who have the extreme good fortune of being field editors for an agricultural publication possess what I consider to be the supreme perk....More
Jun 18, 2010

A small step forward…

While a blown out BP oil well is gushing thousands of barrels of crude each day into the Gulf of Mexico, a shiny new plant at Hopewell, Va., is....More
Jun 14, 2010

Good news amidst bad as ag makes history

Most of the big news today is bad news. The BP oil spill fiasco is environmentally and economically decimating the Gulf Coast, IEDs continue killing....More
Jun 07, 2010

Sticking cotton where the sun don’t shine

I never cease to be amazed at the ingenuity, and the entrepreneurism, shown by the farmers whom I’ve had the privilege of interviewing over the years....More
Jun 04, 2010

Farms, equipment getting bigger

“Iowa’s farms are twice the size they were 50 years ago and they produce between four and five times more corn and soybeans. Today’s tractors weigh....More
Jun 01, 2010

New day dawning?

Is it a new day or the continuation of change that has been occurring for years?....More
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