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Corteva Wears Its Own Hat

Farmers can officially say hello to Corteva Agriscience on June 1 when it spins off from parent company DowDuPont. It’s another step to divide the mega-company, which was valued at $131 billion upon its merger in 2017, into three focused businesses.

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How Pig Parts Make the World Turn

Christien Meindertsma, author of “Pig 05049” looks at the astonishing afterlife of the ordinary pig, parts of which make their way into at least 187 non-pork products, from bullets to artificial hearts.   View the video

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