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The National Corn Growers Association wants Congress to pass legislation withdrawing the Waters of the U.S. rule.
Lobby organization, Growth Energy is continuing to work on their ethanol export marketing plan.
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton has set his sights on improving water quality in the state during his administration. In fact…
Thursday was Hungry for Truth Day at the Sioux Empire Fair. This is a campaign designed to allow South Dakota…
The U.S. District Court of Idaho has ruled the state’s "ag gag law" is unconstitutional.
During the past year and a half, China has culled 20 percent of its hog herd, which has sent prices higher and boosted pork producers profit margins.
The World Trade Organization is intending on holding a hearing to determine retaliatory levels sought by Canada and Mexico against the U.S. over Country of Origin Labeling.
Nebraska Governor, Pete Ricketts and Iowa Governor, Terry Branstad have launched a statewide pump labeling initiative to promote the American Ethanol Brand.
Thousands of Sioux Falls area consumers are leaning more about farming and food production as they tour the Pipestone Discovery Barn.
Internal memos released by the House Oversight and Government Reform committee reveal that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers believe the Waters of the U.S. rule will not hold up in court.
Windfarm expert and Certified Real Estate Appraiser, Mike McCann spoke about wind farms and property values at a pair of stops in South Dakota this week.
American Coalition for Ethanol leaders say the Environmental Protection Agency has taken the Renewable Fuel Standard away from its initial purpose.
The Obama administration is defending mandatory country of origin labeling at the World Trade Organization despite efforts in Congress to repeal or change the law.