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Sugar Tax Proposed Following WHO Global Report On Diabetes
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Brazil Ethanol Tariff; USDA Opens U.S. to Sugar Imports

**Renewable Fuels Association president Bob Dinneen says if Brazil imposes tariffs on U.S. ethanol, it would have a chilling impact and prices here would likely go down as the U...

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Uzbekistan Lifts U.S. Pork Ban; Ag Risk Coverage Program

**Uzbekistan has reopened to U.S. pork for the first time in three years, lifting an import suspension imposed after porcine epidemic diarrhea virus was found in the United States...

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Dems Doubt Clovis and More Cattle on Feedlots

**Senator Debbie Stabenow, the top Democrat on the Senate Ag Committee, is questioning whether Sam Clovis, President Trump’s expected nominee as USDA's Under Secretary for Research, Education, and Economics, has the chops for the job...

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Wild Place Project Welcomes A Pack Of Wolves
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Delisting Wolves; ESA Debate and Chinese Take U.S. Rice

**Bills to delist gray wolves in the Great Lakes region, give other states a larger role in listing imperiled species and cap attorney fees to Endangered Species Act litigants were the subjects of debate at a House Natural Resources Committee hearing last week...

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Trade With Japan; Reinstatement of Rural Development Undersecretary

**In the wake of the European Union’s massive free trade agreement with Japan, the U.S. Ag sector is increasing pressure on the Trump administration to do the same with the Asian importing powerhouse...

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Ban on Chinese Chicken Imports; Precision Ag Data

**The USDA continues to move forward on lifting the U.S. ban on Chinese chicken, undaunted by legislation that some say is a threat to the efforts wrapped into last week’s U...

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The Heartland Enters Harvest Season
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USTR on Export Status; China Approves 2 More GMOs

**Maintaining the duty-free status on U.S. Ag exports to Mexico and Canada is one of the key objectives for U.S. representatives preparing to begin renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement...

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China Buys U.S. Soybeans; USDA Spending Cuts

**Democrats voiced strong objections to funding levels and legislative riders in the Interior/Environment spending bill, but saved amendments for this week when the full House Appropriations Committee will mark up the fiscal 2018 bill...

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Government Launches Rural Broadband Network Initiative
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Rural Broadband Gets White House Attention; Chinese Chicken Safety

**The need for high-speed internet in rural America is getting increased attention from the White House and Congress as they look at passing a sweeping infrastructure initiative next year...

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Antibiotic Data Collection; States Up Minimum Wages

**More data are needed on how animal antibiotics are used and on the efficacy of alternatives in order to accelerate the use of antibiotic-free options...

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Biofuel Targets Good & Bad; Feral Hogs Population

**New biofuel targets proposed by the EPA left the biodiesel industry downbeat even as they pleased ethanol producers. While the ethanol industry was glad the EPA is seeking to maintain the mandate for conventional corn ethanol at 15 billion gallons, the agency’s proposed rule contained some ominous signs about the administration’s approach to biodiesel...

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Perdue Gives OK to Emergency Haying; U.S. Dairies Visit Europe

**Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue has given the go-ahead for emergency haying on Conservation Reserve Program lands to help provide feed for livestock in drought-stricken areas of Montana and North and South Dakota...

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