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Senator Grassley Asking Conferees To Retain Payment Limits In Farm Bill

Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley is encouraging farm bill conferees to approve his payment limits provision in the new farm bill.…

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Platte Livestock’s Rollover Auction Nets $ 85,000 For Ranchers Relief Fund

This week’s Rollover Heifer Auction in Platte, South Dakota this week raised $ 85,000 for the Ranchers Relief Fund.  Platte…

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Renewable Fuel Association Says Ethanol Targeted For More Attacks

The Renewable Fuel Association says attacks are mounting in Congress on ethanol and the renewable fuel standard. One of the…

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Growth Energy And Two Other Groups Intervening In RFS Volume Case

Growth Energy, Renewable Fuel Association and Bio Tech Industry groups have filed a motion to intervene in a U.S. Court…

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South Dakota Stock Growers Director Says $ 600,000 In Rancher Relief Fund

The Ranchers Relief Fund set up to benefit West River ranchers injured by last month’s blizzard has now collected over…

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South Dakota Bio Tech Executive Backs Farm Group’s Stance On Traits

The Farm Bureau, Soybean, Corn and Canola grower groups have written the U.S. Trade Representative and Agriculture Secretary raising concerns…

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Northwest Iowan Chosen National FFA Officer

Iowa State Student Steven Brockshus has been chosen as a National Vice President for the FFA. Brockshus who grew up…

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South Dakota Farm Bureau Starts Cares Fund For Ranchers

  The South Dakota Farm Bureau has set up the Farm Bureau Cares Fund to assist livestock producers in the…

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Sioux Falls Regional Livestock’s Rollover Auction Raises $ 35,000

Monday, a rollover heifer auction was held at Sioux Falls Regional Livestock near Worthing to benefit the Ranchers Relief Fund. …

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Sioux Falls Regional Livestock Holding Benefit Auction For Relief Fund

   A roll over auction is being held today at Sioux Falls Regional Livestock near Worthing to help benefit the…

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Congress To Work On Continuing Resolution

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While federal lawmakers don’t plan to spend many days in Washington before the November elections, they do have to make sure the government can continue to operate beyond the end of the fiscal year on September 30th.