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Anthrax Confirmed In One Cow In North Dakota

Authorities confirmed a case of anthrax in a beef cow in Barnes County in South east North Dakota this week.…

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Hot Dog Council Holding Selfie Contest

Not only is July a big month for consuming hot dogs but it’s also National Hot Dog month. In honor…

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RFA Disappointed Court Won’t Hear LCFS Case

The United States Supreme Court this week decided not to hear a challenge to California’s low carbon fuel standard law.…

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Quad County Corn Processes First Cellulosic Ethanol

Quad County Corn Processors of Galva hit a milestone by becoming the first plant in Iowa to deliver commercial-scale cellulosic…

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Iowa Organic Grower Excited About Trade Agreement

U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman announced this week that an organic agreement has been reached between the United States and…

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NFU Leader Doesn’t Want SNAP Revisited

House Agriculture Committee Chairman Frank Lucas says he’s looking into ways to rein in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program especially…

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Immigration Reform Dead for 2014

The debate in Congress over immigration reform appears to be dead for the year as far as any legislative fixes…

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Reform Coalition Wants COOL Thrown Out

A broad reform coalition of U.S. agricultural and business groups want Congress to take action directing the Ag Secretary to…

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R CALF Leader Expects Tough Fight Over COOL

R CALF is hoping Congress will defend Country of Origin Labeling although their leader admits it may be an uphill…

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States Receive PED Virus Reporting Requirements

The states are getting more details about their role with the mandatory Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus or PEDV reporting recently…

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Dairy Leader Not Giving Up On Immigration Bill

Lawmakers on both sides of the immigration reform debate say the issue is effectively dead until after President Obama leaves…

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Legislator Says State Roads Need Future Funding

The condition of South Dakota’s roads and bridges and farm to market infrastructure system was talked about at last week’s…

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RFA Official Says CBO Report On RFS Off Base

A new Congressional Budget Office report looking at the Renewable Fuel Standard says the biofuels industry is unlikely to meet…

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Hogs And Pigs Report Surprisingly Bullish

The Quarterly Hogs and Pigs Report was surprisingly bullish. Total inventory and kept for marketing categories both came in at…

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NPPC Sees Great Promise In Chinese Market

U.S. Ambassador to China Max Baucus says he wants to strengthen trade ties between America and the Asian nation. National…

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Weather Slows Down Nebraska Wheat Harvest

The cooler, wet conditions have slowed down the start of the Nebraska winter wheat harvest, but you could still see…

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Corn Grower’s Pleased With House Passage Of CFTC Bill

The U.S. House of Representatives has passed the Customer Protection End User Relief Act. The measure reauthorizes and reforms the…

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South Dakota Governor’s Ag Summit To Focus On Farm Bill

The Two Day South Dakota Governor’s Ag Summit runs today and tomorrow in Deadwood with the new Farm Bill and…

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IRFA Reports Record E 85 Sales In Iowa

The Iowa Renewable Fuels Association reports that the state’s motorists purchased 2.7 million gallons of E 85 in the first…

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NCBA Takes Issue With Chipotle

Chipotle has decided to import Australian grass fed beef and their officials say it’s more responsibly raised than meat produced…

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Range Camp Held

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The Society for Range Management, USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service, and SDSU Extension Service hosted a Range Camp for South Dakota youth to learn more about land management.

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Blood Needed

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The LifeServe Blood Center is looking for volunteers to donate blood this summer.

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4-H Chooses Community Project

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The South Dakota State 4-H Youth Council has chosen the Ronald McDonald house as the state community project for the year.

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Donation For Heartland Humane Society

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The Heartland Humane Society on East Highway 50 in Yankton has received a third donation from the Otto Ullrich Memorial Trust.

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Rounds: Highway Bill Stalled Due To Mistrust

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Differences between the US House and Senate are slowing the progress of any new highway funding bill.