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The battle over Trade Promotion Authority continues after a cloture failed vote in the Senate earlier this week.
Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement officials are pleased with the results of a local control survey sent out by the Dickinson County Board of Supervisors.
The House has voted to pass the Regulatory Integrity Protection Act.
Two more avian influenza cases have been reported in South Dakota, this time in the southeast. State Veterinarian Dr. Dustin…
The House is set to mark up the Commodity Futures Trading Commission or CFTC Reauthorization Bill. House Ag Committee Chair…
Minnesota Farm Bureau members are keeping their eye on some agricultural issues as the State Legislature winds down their 2015 session.
A Southeast Iowa landowner claims an oil company representative offered him the services of a prostitute in exchange for allowing access on his property to the pipeline.
South Dakota State University’s College of Agriculture has two new minors and an addition from another department.
The House Transportation subcommittee will hold a hearing looking at freight rail regulations this week.
The USDA Supply and Demand report had a few surprises but the biggest was the 500 million bushel new crop…
South Dakota Farmers Union members are working to gather support from Congress and the Administration to keep Country of Origin Labeling intact.
The weekend storm that brought over a foot of snow in some places in West River South Dakota did not have the drastic effects of the Atlas Blizzard.
Over the weekend, a storm packing over a foot of snow hit West River South Dakota mainly in the Black Hills and the Rapid City area.
American Sheep Industry leaders are concerned about a proposed Department of Labor rule that would rewrite the H-2-A sheep herder rule.
This year’s winter wheat crop is in poor condition due to winterkill and even though the spring wheat is off…
Monday’s crop progress report showed planting well ahead of average in Iowa. Corn planting was pegged at 83-percent verses the…
Nebraska Farm Bureau members are working to convince State Senators to vote for an override of the Governor’s Veto on the gas tax increase legislation.
The Environmental Protection Agency has sent its proposal for renewable fuel volume obligations for 2014, 2015 and 2016.
The Highway Trust Fund expires May 31, so time is running out for Congress to pass an extension to fund road and bridge projects.
Ethanol industry representatives attempted to get President Obama’s attention to talk biofuels policy while he was in Watertown, South Dakota Friday.