Farm Bureau Takes EPA To Court Over Privacy Releases

The American Farm Bureau has taken EPA to court over their release of producer’s personal and private information.  AFBF argued…


Researchers Connect Feed To PED Virus

  Pipestone Vet Clinic and SDSU researchers have found working together that swine can get Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus from…

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New Angus LLC Working To Open Beef Plant

  New Angus LLC the company that bought the old Northern Beef Packing Plant in Aberdeen South Dakota is working…


ICCI May Go To Court Over CWA Rule

  Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement members are unhappy with the State Environmental Protection Commission’s vote to approve a Clean…

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Menno Swine Facility Holds Open House

More than 200 people attended this week’s open house for a new 2,400 head hog facility in Hutchinson County. Bryan…

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NASDA Has Concerns With Worker Protection Rule

Monday, the Public comment period for EPA’s proposed changes to its Agricultural Workers Protection Standards closed. These standards have not…


Raw Milk Interim Group Continues Meeting

The South Dakota interim raw milk working committee has been meeting all summer trying to find a compromise to state…


ICON Opposes Beef Check Off Increase

The Independent Cattlemen of Nebraska are rejecting the recent Memorandum of Understanding proposed by several ag groups that want an…


RFA Tells DOE Correct And Update E 85 Data

The Renewable Fuels Association is calling on the U.S. Department of Energy to update its database of E 85 stations…

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NPPC Wants Elimination Of Gate Price In TPP

The National Pork Producers Council has sent a letter to US Trade Representative Michael Froman and Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack…


Meat Export Federation Hosts Mexican Congressmen

The United States Meat Export Federation recently hosted three Congressmen from Mexico and gave them a first hand look at…


California Looking At Banning Antibiotics

A pair of bills have been sent to the California Governor’s Desk regarding antibiotic use in farm animals and humans.…


Bison Leader Excited About Study

In the next few weeks, USDA will be launching the first ever national study of the US. Ranched bison industry.…


NPPC President Says China De Listing Is A Trade Barrier

This week China announced it’s suspending pork exports for six major U.S. plants and six cold storage facilities based on…

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R CALF Opposing Expected Hike In Beef Check Off

A vote could come as soon as today by a working committee set up to reform the Beef Check Off.…

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FSA Executive Advises Farmers On New Farm Bill

This week the Farm Service Agency along with the South Dakota Farmers Union hosted one of several meetings aimed at…

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North Dakota Wheat Official Meets With Philippinos

North Dakota Wheat Commission members hosted a trade team of Philippine millers this week. Wheat Commission Vice Chairman David Clough…

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Mounting Opposition To EPA Proposed Rule

Groups from several States including State Attorneys General, farm and business groups are joining the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association in…

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ICCI Opposing Oil Pipeline In Iowa

Iowa Citizens For Community Improvement members are voicing opposition to Energy Transfer’s Planned 1100 mile underground oil pipeline that would…


Study Shows No Il Effects From Zilmax

A University of Nebraska study shows no negative health effects from feeding cattle Zilmax. Last year at this time the…

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