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Nebraska Landowners Win Injunction Against Trans Canada

Around 30 Nebraska landowners have won a court victory in Holt County against Trans Canada. BOLD Nebraska Energy Director Ben…

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Grain Group Pleased At BNSF Upgrade

Burlington Northern Santa Fe Rail officials say they will invest $ 326 million to upgrade rail capacity improvement projects in…


NPPC President Concerned About Port Stoppage

The slowdown at West Coast Ports due a labor dispute has been hurting export shipments which aren’t occurring. It’s also…

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Nebraska Pork Group Supports LB 176 And 175

Nebraska Pork Producer Association members are backing Senator Ken Schilz’s measures, LB 176 and 175 heard before the Legislature’s Ag…


Nebraska Farmers Union Opposes Packer Livestock Ownership Bill

Nebraska Farmers Union members are opposing a measure introduced in the Unicameral to allow pork processors to be able to…

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Nebraska Farm Bureau Backs LB 175 And 176

Nebraska Farm Bureau leaders are supporting a pair of measures heard in Ag Committee of the Unicameral this week. LB…

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Farm President Wants Section 179 Permanent

The White House is threatening to veto a House measure that would make permanent the Section 179 expensing allowance that…


Farm Groups Want Gray Wolf De Listed

Minnesota Farmers Union and Farm Bureau leaders are asking Congress to co sponsor legislation to get the Gray Wolf delisted…

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Farm Groups Appealing Court Decision

The American Farm Bureau Federation along with the National Pork Producers Council are appealing a U.S. district court ruling that…


NPPC Looking To Congress For COOL Fix

The attempt by meat industry groups to stop implementation of Country of Origin Labeling through the courts has failed. That…


Canadian Pork Official Says COOL Hurting Them

On a recent trip to the United States, Canada’s Ag Minister Gerry Ritz repeated his earlier statements that Canada will…

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Milk Federation Opposing E Verify Without Immigration Reform

National Milk Producer Federation Leaders are concerned with Representative Lamar Smith’s legislation calling for mandated use by employers of an…


Foundation Sets Goal For Helping Feeding South Dakota

Tuesday the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Foundation announced their goal for their second annual prime time gala this summer is to…

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Cattle Groups Want Check Off Increase

Several cattle industry groups are supporting a Memorandum of Understanding that would increase the beef checkoff and make some changes…

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Wind Association Supports State Senate Measure

The South Dakota Wind Energy Association says a measure introduced in the state legislature, SB 180 will help attract more…


Nebraska Cattlemen Back Development Bill

The Nebraska Cattlemen’s Association is backing LB 106, a measure introduced by Senator Dan Watermaier to enhance livestock development projects.…

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Minnesota Governor Proposes Mandated Buffers

Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton has proposed mandated buffer areas around water bodies in the state to enhance the wildlife habitat.…


Farm Bureau Opposes Aerial Wetland Mapping

The South Dakota Farm Bureau is working with NRCS to make changes to their proposal that would allow offsite methods…

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Dairy President Hoping For Solid TPA Deal

Late Last week House Ways and Means Chairman Paul Ryan said the U.S. should complete the Trans Pacific Partnership leaving…

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NASDA Wants National GMO Labeling

The National Association of State Departments of Agriculture have passed a resolution supporting a national uniform labeling policy for genetically…

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Bill Approved to Address Elderly Abuse

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The South Dakota House State Affairs Committee approved a bill (Friday) that would set up an elder abuse task force in the state.

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Thune Offers Alternative To FCC Net Regulations

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The Federal Communication Commission voted three to two to issue new rules that would attempt to regulate the operations of the internet.

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Positives Seen In New Internet rules

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The Federal Communications Commission has passed new rules that seek to put some regulations on the internet.

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Loophole In Iowa’s Underage Drinking Law

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For the third year in a row prosecutors are urging legislators to deal with an "oops" in Iowa's underage drinking law.

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Speed Limit Increase Clears Committee

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A bill that would raise the speed limit to 75 miles an hour on many miles of interstate highways in Iowa has cleared its first hurdle in the state senate.