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01/05/2018

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    Fri, January 5, 2018
    We could be seeing more trade agreements being worked on during 2018 than in 2017. (Gary Crawford, Rob Johansson and President Donald Trump)
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    Fri, January 5, 2018
    USDA is working to eradicate the growing problem of feral swine, which number in the millions. (Stephanie Ho and Kevin Shea, APHIS Administrator)
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    Fri, January 5, 2018
    Growing numbers of feral swine pose a threat to ag producers and homeowners, as well as to the domestic swine industry. (Stephanie Ho and Kevin Shea, APHIS Administrator)
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    Fri, January 5, 2018
    Growing dryness in three regions of the country contributed to a significant rise in the amount of drought coverage nationwide. (Rod Bain and USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey)
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    Fri, January 5, 2018
    USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey discusses a signficant rise in US drought coverage over the last month, and some of the regions most impacted.
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    Fri, January 5, 2018
    USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey looks at areas of a few states currently experiencing extreme drought, per the latest US Drought Monitor.
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    Fri, January 5, 2018
    A lack of appreciable snow in Western mountain ranges so far this winter is becoming more concerning. (Rod Bain and USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey)
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    Fri, January 5, 2018
    USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey say water supplies for most of the West remains in good shape despite a lack of mountain snowpack accumulation this winter.
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    Fri, January 5, 2018
    If you are making a New Year's resolution to lose weight, one expert says maybe you should include your pet in that resolution. (Gary Crawford and Dr. Susan Nelson)
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    Fri, January 5, 2018
    Dr. Susan Nelson, veterinarian at Kansas State University, saying if your pet is overweight, a trip to the vet is essential for your pet's health.