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A vote in the Senate on fast track authority legislation could come up either late today or tomorrow.
The Environmental Protection Agency is holding a hearing in Kansas City this Thursday.
Farmers in western Minnesota received storm damage over the weekend. Bob Worth farms near Lake Benton. He says there was…
An estimated 700 people attended the June Dairy Month Open House Saturday at MoDak Dairy of Goodwin, South Dakota. Ag…
MoDak Dairy of Goodwin, South Dakota opened their doors to the public Saturday as part of June Dairy Month. Co-owner…
Sunday night, large hail ,heavy rain and strong winds caused crop damage near Bristol and Andover in Day County, South Dakota.
A storm packing high winds tore through the town of Garretson, South Dakota and through Minnehaha County this morning.
Legislation sponsored by Kansas Congressman Mike Pompeo is being considered in the House.
Congress is facing a tough problem at the end of July, when the Transportation Bill will expire.
Nebraska Farmers Union leaders are concerned about budget legislation in the House Appropriations subcommittee on Agriculture.
Following last week’s vote against unification of South Dakota Wheat Growers and North Central Cooperatives, it’s unlikely another attempt will be made at a merger of the two entities.
The Boards of Directors for North Central Farmers Elevator and South Dakota Wheat Growers have announced their member owners have voted against unification.
The Senate will hold a hearing today reexamining the Environmental Protection Agency’s management of the Renewable Fuel Standard Program.
Measures to block Environmental Protection Agency regulations and cut the agency’s funding are being considered in the House this week.
The House Rules committee has approved a rule that gives them until July 30 to act on a motion to revive the trade adjustment assistance legislation.
North Dakota Farmers Union members have turned in what they hope will be more than enough signatures to place a corporate farming measure on next summer’s election ballot.
Sully County, South Dakota voters approved zoning changes that will allow Ring Neck Energy and Feed to move ahead with their plans.
Nearly 120 biodiesel producers are in Washington D.C. this week, meeting with members of Congress.
USDA officials say there have been slips in biosecurity practices and environmental factors that have impacted the avian influenza outbreak.
Canadian and Mexican officials will be asking the WTO for permission to retaliate against the United States over the country of origin labeling law.