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Minnesota lawmakers could return to St, Paul this week for a special legislative session.
The National Farmers Union’s Board of Directors has been meeting in Des Moines, Iowa this week.
United States Cattlemen Association members are in Washington D.C. this week.
The South Dakota legislature’s rules review committee has given the go ahead to a rule that allows the sale and consumption of raw milk.
The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing today focusing on government abuse of regulations.
The House is expected to discuss a possible repeal of Country of Origin Labeling.
Through an NRCS grant, the South Dakota Farm Bureau is working to establish a framework for wetland mitigation banks.
A delegation of Chinese pork and feed industry officials are in the Midwest for a ten day trade mission to…
The Preservation of Rural Iowa Alliance is disappointed in the 2015 Iowa Legislative session.
After posting losses in the first quarter of 2015 hog prices are back in the black. Steve Meyer, vice president…
The American Soybean Association is calling on Congress to take legislative action to prevent EPA from implementing their Clean Water Rule.
Some Nebraska corn growers are not happy with lower ethanol volume requirements.
The World Trade Organization has ruled against India for its ban on various U.S. agricultural products including poultry, eggs and live pigs.
The U.S. House is expected to debate, and possibly vote, on a measure that would roll back some Dodd Frank regulations.
The second annual Dairyfest was held in Brookings Friday and Saturday. The event is designed to educate the public about…
The International Food Council Foundation’s food and health survey found that 56 percent of Americans rated sunflower oil as either extremely healthful, or somewhat healthful.
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is investigating a manure spill from a manure basin east of Hartley.
The United States Department of Agriculture has extended the comment period for the Organic Check Off.
Some farm groups are happy legislation introduced into the Senate that would end the requirement of a National Pollution Discharge Elimination System Permit.