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American Coalition for Ethanol Board President Ron Alverson of Chester, South Dakota spoke to members at their annual conference in Omaha.
National Farmers Union members have not taken a position on the President’s Clean Power Plan.
While attending Dakota fest this week, South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem heard several producer concerns.
When Congress returns to session next month, there will be an opportunity to pass tax extenders measures.
Trans Pacific Partnership negotiators say they’re very close to reaching an agreement on the trade deal.
In just eight days, new water rules from the Environmental Protection Agency and Corps of Engineers become effective.
South Dakota Farmers Union members, who have organized a petition drive, say they already have over 3,000 signatures.
US Department of Agriculture officials are moving ahead with plans to stockpile vaccine to combat highly pathogenic avian influenza.
Friday Secretary of State John Kerry traveled to Cuba as the American Flag was raised at the reopening of the U.S. embassy in Havana.
The National Pork Producers Council and American Farm Bureau have filed a federal court brief asking for a reversal of a district court decision.
Monsanto’s bid to buy Syngenta BASF now interested in a takeover has raised red flags with many farm groups.
Friday’s announcement that Tyson is permanently closing its beef plant in Denison Iowa is disappointing for the state’s cattle producers.
Minnesota is on pace for record crops this year.
CHS announced this week the company is investing $2.8 billion in fertilizer maker, CF Industries.
The South Dakota Stock Grower Association members renewed their support of Mandatory Country of Origin Labeling.
Most South Dakota poultry operations affected by the avian influenze are now in the process of repopulating.
Maps released by the American Farm Bureau show how the Environmental Protection Agency will radically expand its jurisdiction under the Waters of the U.S.
Ranchers-Cattlmen Action Legal Fund members are gathering in Denver on Friday and Saturday for their 16th annual convention.
Iowa fuel retailers, who want to offer E-15 to vehicles made in 2001 and later, now have help available to them through the Iowa Renewable Fuels Infrastructure program.