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Wind Project Raises Over A Million Dollars

Dakota Power Community Wind is now two thirds towards its goal of raising the needed funding for its wind farm…

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Top Pork Countries Want Zero Tariffs In TPP

The top pork countries involved in the TPP want Japan and other nations to eliminate their tariffs in a final…

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Farmers Union Opposing Trans Pacific Partnership

250 Farmers Union members from across the country are in the nation’s Capital this week telling Congress to vote against…

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2 Million Dollars In Unpaid Claims From Failed Elevator

Several Nebraska farmers were left holding the bag as close to $ 2 million dollars were not paid by the…

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National Pork Board Close To Finalizing Budget

The National Pork Board met last week and is now one step closer to finalizing their 2015 budget. Pork Board…

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Producers Reminded To Report Acreage And Yields

Farmers have until the end of the month to verify their current base acres, yields and planting history with the…

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Landowners Attorney Presents Case Before Nebraska Supreme Court

Friday, Omaha attorney Dave Domina representing three Nebraska landowners argued before the Nebraska Supreme Court challenging the constitutionality of LB…

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Farm Bureau Wants EPA Rules Blocked

The House is likely to take up legislation soon that would block EPA’s proposed Waters of the U.S. rule. The…

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Rail Concerns Aired At Fargo Hearing

Last week, Surface Transportation Board officials held a rail hearing in Fargo, North Dakota before a packed house. North Dakota…

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ASA Pleased EU Producers Want Bio Tech Approval

European food and animal feed producers are asking their Commission to approve eight pending applications for bio tech crops. American…

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EPA Head Hints At Higher RFS Levels

Last week speaking in New York, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy hinted that the 2014 Renewable Fuel Standard volume requirements will…

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BOLD Group Anxiously Waiting For Court Ruling

The Nebraska Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments of a lower court decision Friday that threw out state approval of…

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TransCanada Waiting To See How Nebraska High Court Rules

TransCanada officials are waiting to see how the Nebraska Supreme Court rules regarding the route of their XL pipeline through…

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R CALF Wants Rider Stripped From Legislation

South Dakota’s Tim Johnson and Iowa’s Chuck Grassley have joined 11 other fellow Senators in writing the appropriations chair asking…

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South Korea Lifts Zilpaterol Ban

South Korea has lifted its ban on the animal feed additive zilpaterol in beef. That could open the door to…

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NFU Leader Says Solutions Needed For Ag Rail Shipments

The ongoing rail delays in the upper Midwest is staggering and unacceptable. That’s according to National Farmers Union President Roger…

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Commercial Cellulosic Ethanol Plant Opens

The grand opening was held in Emmetsburg, Iowa yesterday for the first commercial scale cellulosic ethanol plant in the country.…

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Farmers Selling Corn Stover To Ethanol Plant

Farmers located around the new Project LIBERTY Cellulosic Ethanol Plant in Emmetsburg, Iowa will provide nearly 770 tons of corn…

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Project Liberty Grand Opening A Success

Thousands of farmers and guests attended yesterday’s Grand Opening for Project LIBERTY in Emmetsburg, Iowa… the first commercial scale cellulosic…

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Sign Up Needed Soon For Forage Disaster Program

South Dakota livestock producers who had grazing losses during 2012 and the first half of 2013 and need disaster aid…

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Company To Add Jobs In Yankton

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SAPA Extrusions is beginning an expansion project which will add more capacity and employees to its plant in Yankton.

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Health Groups Push For Medicaid Expansion

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While the debate over expanding Medicaid may have slipped into the background in South Dakota, it isn’t going away.

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Water Development Grants Given

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The James River Water Development District is giving more than $185,000 to several area projects designed to improve waterways.

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Fish Kill In Sioux County, Iowa

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The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is investigating a manure spill that killed fish in Orange City Slough Creek.

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Budget Planning Underway

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The planning process is underway for the 2015 South Dakota state budget.