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Coalition for a Prosperous America Leaders says the International Trade Commission is failing to respond to a letter they sent them.
Strong prices and lower costs brought record profits to many Minnesota livestock producers in 2014.
Nebraska State Senators have given preliminary approval to an infrastructure funding bill that would raise the state gas tax six cents a gallon.
Seventy U.S House members are urging the US Department of Agriculture and Health and Human Services to make sure the final American Dietary Guidelines report is based on sound nutritional science.
A survey conducted between March 1, 2014 to March 1, 2015 by the Iowa Realtors Land Institute has just been released revealing falling land values.
Both the National Farmers Union and the American Coalition for Ethanol are questioning President Obama’s decision to leave the Renewable Fuel Standard out of greenhouse gas reduction talks.
A pair of South Dakota legislative leaders, both Republicans, have now resigned from their positions.
National Farmers Union President Roger Johnson is calling on members of Congress not to attach additional clauses to appropriations bills.
National Biodiesel Board leaders are calling on EPA to reconsider their recent decision allowing Argentinian biodiesel imports into the United States under the Renewable Fuel Standard.
The 2015 South Dakota Legislative session ended on Monday with lawmakers wrapping up business and considering vetoes issued by the Governor.
Tuesday, Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that USDA is providing $ 332 million in financial and technical assistance through the Agricultural Conservation Easement program.
Nebraska Cattlemen Association members are supporting LB 106, the Livestock Operation and Siting Expansion Act.
Senators Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Rand Paul of Kentucky have introduced the Fuel Choice and Deregulation Act.
Dunkin Brands is the latest restaurant company to call for improved animal welfare standards.
Opponents to North Dakota’s new corporate farming law change are working to take the issue to the voters.
South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley who chairs the National Attorney General’s Association has joined 18 of his colleagues in writing EPA asking them to withdraw their proposed Greenhouse Gas rule.
Several Farmers Union leaders had an opportunity to have an audience with POPE Francis and meet with some Cardinals as well as with rural Italian groups recently.
Corn grower groups and most farmers are breathing a sigh of relief following action last week by the Senate during their budget resolution process.
Friday, the White House released a comprehensive plan that identifies critical actions to be taken by the federal government to combat the rise of antibiotic resistant bacteria.
Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack has extended the Farm program sign up for Agricultural Risk Coverage or Price Loss Coverage until April 7.