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Wheat Commission Excited About New Kennebec Facility

The South Dakota Wheat Commission is excited about the new agronomy, fertilizer and shuttle loading facility being built at Kennebec…

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Corn Harvest Lagging In Western Corn Belt

Corn harvest has been lagging in the western corn belt as farmers have been waiting for the late maturing crop…

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Alliance Calls For Gold Standard In TPP

At their recent annual meeting the Five Nation Beef Alliance called for all TPP nations to back ‘’gold standard outcomes”.…

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Nebraska Farm Group Has Problems With Beef Check Off

One Nebraska Agriculture group wants the present beef check off program reformed but stopped short of backing a second program…


United States Wins Important WTO Case Over India

This week the United States won an important trade victory at the World Trade Organization. The ruling was in favor…

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RFA Chairman Says Certain Policy Needed On RFS

At a recent biofuels conference held in Minneapolis, Renewable Fuel leaders said the Obama administration has undermined the commercial success…


Sunflower Disease Showing Up Due To Wet Conditions

Phomopsis, a stalk disease that hits sunflowers first showed up in South Dakota last fall. National Sunflower Association Executive Director…

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Groundbreaking In Kennebec For New Wheat Growers Facility

Groundbreaking is being held today in Kennebec for South Dakota Wheat Grower’s new $ 45 million agronomy, fertilizer and shuttle…

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Common Sense Releases WOTUS Analysis

Tuesday, Common Sense, Nebraska, the Coalition fighting EPA’s proposed Waters of the U.S. rule unveiled their analysis of how the…

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Cattle Groups Want Present Check Off Left Alone

The Nebraska Cattlemen’s Association along with 41 other state cattle groups and the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association have written Ag…


Milk Group Says E.U. Using Back Door Approach On GIs

Recently the European Union entered into a bi lateral trade agreement with Canada. Under the deal Canada gave up on…


South Dakota Stock Growers Oppose EPA Rule

Last week the South Dakota Stock Grower’s teamed up with the State Farm Bureau in holding a series of meetings…

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Farmers Union President Skeptical About Possible Rail Merger

Last week, Canadian Pacific Railroad officials approached CSX rail leaders about a proposed merger than would have had a market…


Nebraska Farm Group Hoping For Tax Code Revamping

Utah Senator Orrin Hatch is in line to become chairman of the Senate Finance Committee next year if Republicans gain…

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South Dakota Producers Battling Swine Viruses

South Dakota State Veterinarian Dr. Dustin Oedekoven says since May of 2013, South Dakota has had 38 cases of swine…


Minnesota Farm Bureau Working For Property Tax Reform

Neither of Minnesota’s candidates running for Governor are likely to cut property taxes for the state’s farmers and ranchers. Incumbent…

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Search Process Underway For New State Fair Manager

South Dakota Ag Secretary Lucas Lentsch says he’s in the process of working with a committee to find a new…


POET Official Says Strong RFS Volume Rule Needed

Renewable Fuel businesses are anxiously awaiting EPA’s decision on the volume requirements for the R-F-S for 2014. POET’s Director of…


Minnesota Vets Conduct PED Virus Study

Veterinarians at the Swine Vet Center at St. Peter, Minnesota recently conducted a Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Study. Dr. Steve Tousignant…


American Meat Institute Asks Court For Re Hearing On COOL

The American Meat Institute has requested a rehearing from the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals in their challenge of the…

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Pipeline Certification To Be Opened Up

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The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission will allow forty three people and organizations to have a say in the certification process for the Keystone XL pipeline.

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Johnson Returns Home

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South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson came full circle with a welcome home ceremony in Vermillion yesterday.

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Penalty Money Comes To Iowa

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Over the past two years Iowa organizations have received more than 400-thousand dollars of the penalty money Penn State University paid the N-C-Double-A after one of its assistant football coaches was found guilty of child sex abuse.

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Unique Power Source For Lincoln Facility

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Innovation Campus at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will use an innovative energy source.

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Road Projects Near Completion

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Several highway projects will be wrapping up on Highways 81 and 12 in northeast Nebraska.