Need to catch up? Here are some food, agriculture and farm stories you might have missed this week.
1. EPA maps. A group of maps released this week appear to detail the extent of the EPA's proposed Waters of the U.S. regulation, the National Cattlemen's Beef Association says. Farm Progress
2. Higher prices? Monsanto, DuPont won't be lowering seed prices despite forecasts of lower farm income and crop prices. St. Louis Business Journal
3. Unexpected outcome. Vets at the New York State Fair cow birthing center performed an emergency C-section this week on a dairy cow under the watchful eyes of 600 fairgoers. Syracuse.com
4. Not valid. A federal judge has ruled that a law limiting GM crops in Kauai, Hawaii, is invalid. Food Safety News
5. Ag roots. The creator of the 3-D printer credits life on a Colorado farm for his drive as an inventor. Wall Street Journal
6. Not so fast. Drone hobbyists are seeking to block the FAA's June regulations on UAS flights. Bloomberg
7. Farm Progress Show…and rain. Lightning and severe weather threats sent folks home early at FPS, but there was still enough time for editors to gather info on new products and ag tech. Farm Progress
And your bonus:
Just FYI..The world eats three cans of Spam every second. AdWeek
Cool stuff! This Culver's 'Thank You Farmers' maze was created by the Tracy Area FFA in Tracy, Minn.