PURDUE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
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An audience of 110 bankers representing 48 Wisconsin banks and some 50 other ag related folks attended the recent Wisconsin Ag Bankers Conference in the Wisconsin Dells. Read More
President Trump can use the power of agriculture to seek peace in any talks with Kim Jong Un.
Oaks are poised to thrive in a changing climate. The community of Rockport has appreciated the tree for more than a hundred years. Popular Science Read More
Purdue University is helping Amish dog breeders improve their practices. Journal & Courier Read More
“If you’d have told people 20 years ago that you could make a living in the science of manure management, they would have laughed at you,” says the Fair Oaks CEO. “Today, it’s a reality.” Indianapolis Monthly Read More
At physiological maturity (kernel moisture approximately 30-35%), frosts have little or no effect on the yield potential of the corn crop. Read More
Crop Tech Update: Quick peeks at shaving soybean populations, new technologies and smarter cover crops. Read More
The Ag Research Spotlight shines each month on an individual whose work reflects our commitment to the six strategic themes that guide Agricultural Research at Purdue. Our spotlight for September 2014 underscores the theme, “Utilizing molecular approaches to expand the frontiers of agriculture and life sciences.” “We face an ever-growing challenge of producing animal protein…
Low natural gas prices and closure of coal-fired plants makes timing good for projects . Read More
Gas prices are going up nationally as a result of the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey. Read More