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Study Shows Reliability Of Soybean Shipments

International soybean customers prefer the reliability and predictability of U.S. shipments compared to those from Argentina and Brazil. That’s according…


NCBA Hails Veto Of California Anti Antibiotic Law

The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association is pleased that California Governor Jerry Brown this week vetoed legislation that would have curbed…

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R CALF Wants Stronger AntiTrust Enforcement

R CALF wants the Obama administration to follow through on earlier promises and bring stronger enforcement of U.S. antitrust laws…

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Nation’s Cooperatives Set Record Last Year

Kicking off National Cooperatives month, Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that the nation’s cooperative set a record in 2013 with…


Ag Secretary Says Railroads Need To Catch Up

Rail officials should have anticipated the large grain harvest farmers are dealing with and should have been ready with adequate…

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Farm Bureau Pleased Brazil WTO Case Resolved

Wednesday the United States and Brazil settled a ten year old World Trade Organization dispute over Cotton. The ruling keeps…


NFU Says Ag Secretary To Propose New Beef Check Off

Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack met this week with the beef checkoff working group and with National Farmers Union to talk…

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National Milk Group Still Working For Immigration Reform

House Speaker John Boehner says there is still time to do an immigration overhaul. Prior to recessing the House failed…

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Biodiesel Board Files Complaint With European Commission

The National Biodiesel Board has filed comments with the European Union Commission challenging what it calls unfair trade duties that…

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U.S. And Brazil End WTO Cotton Case Dispute

Today, Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack and U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman announced the U.S. and Brazil have reached agreement to…

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Ranchers Continue Recovery From Last Year’s Atlas Blizzard

This month marks the one year anniversary of the Atlas Blizzard that killed tens of thousands of livestock in West…

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Iowa Agribusiness Association Opposes WOTUS Rule

The Agribusiness Association of Iowa wants EPA to completely get rid of its proposed Waters of the U.S. Rule that…

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Nebraska Ag Sales Tax Exemption Takes Effect Today

A sales tax exemption goes into effect in Nebraska today on repair and replacement parts for ag machinery and equipment.…


Sheep Association Sets Policies, Elects Officers

The South Dakota Sheep Grower Association members re elected officers at their convention this past weekend. President Max Matthews of…

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NFU Takes Part In UN CLimate Summit

Last week the United Nation’s Climate Summit was held in New York City. Three agricultural groups were represented including National…

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Unapproved Biotech Wheat Found In Montana

Unapproved biotech wheat has been discovered in a second state. APHIS says Monsanto’s Roundup Ready wheat has been found in…


South Dakota Stock Grower’s Approve Policy, Elect Officers

South Dakota Stock Grower’s Association members held their convention in Rapid City over the weekend and re-elected President Bob Fortune…

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ICCI Supports WOTUS Proposed Rule

Monday, Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement members protested in Des Moines ahead of a meeting of stakeholders opposed to EPA’s…

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Corn And Soybean Harvest Running Behind Normal

The corn and soybean harvest is running behind normal in the northwestern corn belt. USDA’s crop progress report showed corn…

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South Dakota Wind Farm Breaks Escrow

Dakota Power Community Wind project which is planned for Lincoln County South Dakota has broken escrow on its $ 4…

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Today Is Winter Awareness Day


Today is “Winter Weather Awareness Day” in South Dakota.

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Employee Wins Harley


When Johnathon Egge went to work at Kolberg-Pioneer in Yankton yesterday, he didn’t know he would be taking a custom…

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Minimum Wage Forum Held

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A forum discussing Initiated Measure 18 was held in Yankton last night.

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South Dakota Prepares For Ebola


Emergency managers across South Dakota are getting guidelines on how to plan for a possible ebola outbreak.

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Disaster Recovery Field Office Closes

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The Wayne disaster recovery field office closed this past weekend. The Grand Island office closed earlier.