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Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack has extended the Farm program sign up for Agricultural Risk Coverage or Price Loss Coverage until April 7.
This week Morrill County Farm Bureau President Jeff Metz who farms and ranches in the Nebraska panhandle testified in front of the Senate Ag Committee.
The South Dakota Animal industry Board is investigating the death of two replacement heifers from a cattle herd in Stanley County.
This week Iowa pork producer John Weber, President Elect of the National Pork Producers Council testified in front of a House Ag Subcommittee.
Members and supporters of the American Coalition for Ethanol held their fly in this week in the nation’s capital.
USDA has released their proposed rule to limit farm payments made to non farmers.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer recently re-classified glyphosate as a carcinogen.
Record dairy markets and a focus on the food service sector combined to push sales for the Associated Milk Producer Incorporated Cooperative in 2014.
The Lincoln County South Dakota Commission has decided to give a wind company another chance to apply for a permit for their weather towers.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture and Health and Human Services department took testimony on proposed dietary guideline recommendations put forward by a committee charged with that task.
The National Milk Producers Federation is opposing proposed national legislation to mandate GMO or Biotech labeling.
One Senator says he’ll push for crop insurance cuts as the Senate debates their budget resolution this week. Arizona’s Jeff…
United States Trade Representative Michael Froman has announced several new transparency measures to give Congress greater access to the full Trans Pacific Partnership negotiating text.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz who just this week announced his intentions to run for President in 2016 has introduced legislation to repeal the Renewable Fuel Standard.
Nebraska Farm Bureau leaders are calling on Congress to take prompt action and grant the President Trade Promotion Authority.
Japanese pork officials have been indicating they’d be willing to reduce their tariffs by 50 percent in order to reach a Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement.
Minnesota lawmakers are far apart on their plans for funding the state’s infrastructure.
A Circuit Court Judge’s decision revoking a conditional use permit for Westside Gilt LLC of Pipestone, Minnesota is being appealed.
House Democratic leaders Rosa DeLauro, Peter DeFazio and Louise Slaughter want Congress to prioritize Transportation Reauthorization Legislation over Trade Promotion Authority.
United States Trade Representative Michael Froman is asking the World Trade Organization to develop a dispute settlement panel to look at Indonesia’s import restrictions on U.S. agricultural products including beef.