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Poultry and Hog Farms Face Possible Dioxin Contamination
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Survey Results to Meet Federal Food Safety; USDA $2.5 Million for Farm Service Agency Project

The National Agriculture Statistics Service will collect survey results from produce packers and others to help fruit and vegetable operations preparing to meet new federal food safety requirements...

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Endangered Species List Gets Mixed Reaction; Canada Seeking $3 Billion Tariffs Against USA

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says the greater sage grouse will not be listed under the Endangered Species Act. But, in a mixed announcement, the Bureau of Land Management and the USDA Forest Service also announced their decision to move forward with land management plans which address sage grouse populations across the birds’ 184 million acre range...

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Milosevic Legacy Lingers In Serbia
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Accurate Labeling Act Concerns Senate; Japanese Flour Mill Managers Visit NW

Opponents of the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act have little concern for the bill in the Senate, for now. The SAFE Act passed the U.S. House earlier this year but has yet to be introduced in the Senate...

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Dietary Guidelines for 2015 Being Questioned; Sales of Organic Produce Rises

The House Agriculture Committee will hear from USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack and Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Burwell next month...

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Agriculture's Rising Force: Female Farmers
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$6.5 Million to be Received by Crop Farmers; Antibiotics in Fast-Food Meat Supply

During a two-day review of USDA by the House Agriculture Committee, USDA officials said payments to crop farmers for the 2014 crop year are projected to total $6...

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More Federal Funding to Help Fight Wildfire; Thailand Interested in Join the TPP

President Obama has directed more federal funding to help fight wildfires. Another $250 million is in addition to $450 million already transferred from different parts of the federal budget earlier this year to go toward fighting such disasters...

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Permanent Ban on US Beef by Russia; Findings from Health Effects by Sweetners

A draft decree published by Russia’s Ministry of Economic Development reveals Russia intends to permanently ban meat imports from the United States and the European Union...

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Food Prices Continue To Rise At Alarming Rate
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Goal to Reduce Food Waste to be Announce; FDA Finalized New Rules in Food Safety

Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack will announce food waste reduction goals tomorrow. This first-ever initiative will set a national goal for food waste reduction within a specific timeframe...

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USDA Dealing With AG Risk Coverage Program; Country of Origin Meat Labeling Hearing Set

Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack says USDA wants to treat all producers “equitably” under the across-the-board government spending cuts known as sequestration...

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TPP Talks Starting to Come to a Close; NASS Economic Report on Organic Production

Japan’s Prime Minister says Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations are one round of talks away from an agreement. Shinzo Abe said one more round of ministerial talks would lead to an agreement on remaining issues...

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Warning Label Change for Roundup; Atrazine’s Effects on Aquatic Plant Life

California will label Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide as a product that is “known to cause cancer.” California environment officials issued a notice of intent to change the label last week, making the state the first to require such a label for Roundup...

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Chinese Stocks Fall 5.3 Percent
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China Will Be Accountable for Fluctuations in Rate Exchange; Gas Prices at New Low

U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew says the U.S. will hold China accountable for exchange rate fluctuations that recently sent global finical markets into turmoil...

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