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Recent trends in production and herd sizes may be pointing toward a fundamental change taking place in the collective calculus of producing milk, a shift from repeated spurts of dairy herd and output expansion in the face of persistently reduced milk prices since 2014.

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Nov. 30—The electric car segment continues to grow as a proportion of car deliveries in Israel. In the period January-November, 9,600 electric cars were delivered in Israel, 700% more than in the corresponding period of 2020. The market share of electric cars has grown from 0.7% last year to 3.4% this year. In November alone, 970 electric cars were delivered, 580 of them from Tesla. In the ...

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Two television goliaths — Walt Disney Co. and Comcast Corp. — have reached a new multiyear distribution agreement that will keep Disney's television channels, including ESPN, available to Comcast's Xfinity TV cable customers. As part of the deal, Comcast agreed to begin distributing ESPN's Atlantic Coast Conference Network to its Xfinity subscribers. Announced Tuesday, the renewal provides ...

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There’s a silver lining to the bummer news that dropped, along with the stock market, about the new omicron variant on Black Friday: Oil prices, which fell along with stock prices, failed to recover on Monday and could remain low enough to bring consumers relief at gas pumps, travel club AAA said in its weekly gas price update on Tuesday. The drop in oil prices, triggered by fears that the new ...

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Politicians for years have been making a show of wringing their hands over sky-high prescription drug prices. And no drug has drawn more scrutiny, or calls for action, than insulin. Insulin was discovered 100 years ago by a trio of Canadian scientists. They sold the patent to the University of Toronto for a mere $1. The patent was made available royalty-free to drug companies to foster ...

The news of a new COVID-19 variant put a scare into the grain markets last week as traders became concerned about future shutdowns in the economy. But despite that scare, the market continues to offer farmers high prices for corn and soybeans.

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LODI, Wis. – Lodi beef producers Terry and Ardel Quam recently joined a global conversation about meat exports and demand for protein, at the U.S. Meat Export Federation’s strategic Planning Conference in California.