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The USDA and U.S. Trade Representative's (USTR) top ag trade officials are dismissing Mexico’s concessions on its planned 2024 GMO corn import ban as insufficient. USDA’s Alexis Taylor and USTR’s Doug McKalip say after their meetings with Mexican officials, Mexico’s...
There are plenty of hot topics in agriculture from inflation to policy to equipment shortage. But year-over-year, farmers are still most concerned with a couple of things- the weather (which we can’t do a whole lot about) and weed...
United Auto Workers (UAW) members who work at the CNH Industrial plants in Racine, WI and Burlington, IA have ratified a new labor contract agreement ending an ongoing strike which first started more than eight months ago. The employees voted...
“An attack on farmers and ranchers.” That’s what the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association is calling the new Waters of the US rule that was published in the Federal Register last week by the Environmental Protection Agency. “The lack of certainty...
The value of fungicides has been seen in recent years in a way that may now affect the actual supply availability. Fighting disease and added plant health benefits have led to positive return on investment. Agronomist Jim Hedrick explains that...

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