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South Dakota Farmers Union members have begun a petition drive to place a measure on the 2016 November election ballot…
U.S. Wheat Associates are holding their summer conference in San Diego this week. South Dakota Wheat Commission Executive Director Reid…
South Dakota Corn Grower’s President Keith Alverson who farms near Chester has been re-elected to the National Corn Grower’s Association’s…
Environmental Protection Agency officials have recently said there’s been no manipulation of the Renewable Identification Number market.
Four people have emerged as candidates to replace Bob Stallman as President of the American Farm Bureau Federation.
Nebraska State Agriculture Director, Greg Ibach has been appointed to a trade advisory committee.
National Cattlemen Beef Association members are in Denver this week attending their summer conference which runs through Saturday.
Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement members turned in petition signatures to the State Department of Natural Resources calling for tougher enforcement.
The debate continues in the Northern Plains as to whether or not the Dakota Access Pipeline will be approved.
National Corn Growers Association members are in Washington D.C. this week attending their Corn Congress and holiday a Rally for Rural America.
A group of chefs from one of the largest hotel chains in Japan is touring farming operations in Minnesota this…
The House Agriculture Committee overwhelmingly approved the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act.
JBS SA, has received a commitment for up to $1.2 billion of long-term financing to be used with cash on…
A new organic equivalency agreement between the United States and Switzerland has been signed that streamlines the trans Atlantic flow of organic trade.
A new international guideline for establishing negligible risk for Trichinae in swine has been finalized by the United Nation’s Codex Commission.
The South Dakota Farm Bureau is looking for a new Executive Director.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says more than 98 percent of producers have meet the 2014 Farm Bill requirement to certify conservation compliance in order to qualify for crop insurance premium support payments.
Hot temperatures this week, mixed with high humidity will create heat stress conditions for cattle in the Northern Plains.
Cancer doctors from Avera McKennen toured the Bones Feedlot and Turner County Dairy near Parker, South Dakota on Friday to…
Legislation has been introduced in the House to increase the federal gas tax by 10 cents per gallon.