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The Iowa Legislature created a 3 cent per gallon differential tax rate for B 11 and higher biodiesel blends in the road funding measure that passed both houses this week.
Close to 400 farm, nutrition and conservation organizations have written to Congressional Budget leaders urging them not to make any further cuts in any programs under the jurisdiction of the Senate and House Agriculture Committees.
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman has been talking to county elected officials enlisting their support of Trade Promotion Authority.
The Nebraska Farm Bureau Federation is asking Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack to give farmers more time to sign up for the 2014 Farm Bill programs.
North Dakota state senators have advanced a measure to allow corporate ownership of dairy and swine operations.
North Dakota Farmers Union leaders are concerned state Senators have approved a measure and sent it to the House to allow corporate ownership of swine and dairy operations.
The Lincoln County South Dakota planning and zoning Board has turned down permits for five meteorological wind towers Dakota Power Community Wind wanted to put up.
Nebraska Farmers Union leaders are expecting legislation allowing packer ownership of swine to move forward this week in the Unicameral
A group of Lincoln County South Dakota landowners, many of them with the group “We Care South Dakota,” have convinced the county planning and zoning board to deny permits.
Friday, the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee submitted their recommendations to USDA and Health and Human Services.
Following the release of the new dietary guidelines, the Pork Board issues a remind about pork's nutrient density.
South Dakota cattlemen are displeased that the new dietary guidelines don't include lean meat in a healthy diet.
The new dietary guidelines suggest more milk.
In a study by the Renewable Fuels Association, ethanol is credited for just under $53 billion in the nation's GDP.
Three bills are moving through the South Dakota Legislature regarding changes in county zoning. House Bill 1201 passed through committee…
Fourth graders in Garretson, South Dakota were able to meet their adopted farmer, who is teaching them about agriculture.
Iowa State University has received $60,000 to study PEDv immunity and to improve control of the disease.
Senate Bill 46 allows the Department of Agriculture to use private funds for the construction of Nordby Hall on the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron.
The executive director of the South Dakota Bio Tech Association is supportive of mandatory GMO labelling.
A proposed chicken operation in Parker, South Dakota is facing a lawsuit from local residents concerned about the impact.