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UPDATE: Claypool Biodiesel Now Open for Soybean Receiving; No Injuries After...

UPDATE: As of 8:20 this morning, Louis Dreyfus in Claypool is now fully open for soybean receiving. The largest fully integrated soybean processing and biodiesel...

2021 Marks Record Year for U.S. Ag Exports

There were headwinds getting there, but U.S. agriculture exports achieved a record last year. USDA data shows 2021 exports of U.S. farm and food...

California Prop 12 Delayed and all of Agriculture Should Take Note

A California court ruling last week highlighted the inherit flaws of Proposition 12 while delaying enforcement of the rule. American Farm Bureau Federation says...

Making All the Right Moves to Minimize Corn Disease in ’22

If your corn crop got hit with disease in 2021, there are steps to help prepare for minimizing that pressure this year. With disease...

Panel Recommends Limited WOTUS Definition, Protection for Ag Features

An EPA advisory panel recommends the agency continue to protect water rule exemptions for farm features, as it rewrites the Trump Navigable Waters Protection...

Farm Bureau Welcomes Trade Progress

The Biden administration is kicking off the new year with some progress on trade issues. Dave Salmonsen, American Farm Bureau Federation Senior Congressional Relations...

Keep Tar Spot in Mind During Hybrid Selection

A disease that expanded and hurt corn yields in 2021, tar spot, will be a disease to prepare for this year too. But one...

Pork Producers Pleased with Extension of Trucking Waiver

The Biden Administration recently extended a waiver for commercial truckers from the Federal Hours of Service Regulation, and one ag group is very happy...

Farmers Need to Have that Uncomfortable Fertilizer Conversation

The current state of global fertilizer supply and demand is creating a challenge on the farm, to put it mildly. Demand is very high,...

Livestock Producers Could Soon Have Another Forage Option After Purdue Breakthrough

After many years of research, a team at Purdue University has developed a breakthrough that could lead to increased use of grazing sorghum in...

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