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U.S. Vs Indonesian Import Dispute; India Potential for Ethanol

WTO rules in favor of the U.S. in import restrictions case. Benefit of U.S. grain export exceeds 55-Billion-dollars a year. India has big potential for ethanol.

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Washington Man Totals Poacher’s Truck With His Tractor

A Washington man found a poacher's truck on his property and introduced it to his tractor, according to WDFW Police.

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Category: Ag News, Yakima News
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USDA Names State Directors; Birth to Burger Program

The appointment of state directors for the Farm Service Agency and for USDA's Rural Development programs have been announced. Ag lenders are recommending further adjustments as farmers prepare for another year of tight margins. A sustainability acceleration project using RFID technology tracks cattle in it entire life.

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Trump Bureau Of Land Management Budget Seeks To Cull U.S. Wild Horses
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Agriculture Chief Rolls Out State Directors for USDA, Farm Service Agency

Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue has announced the appointment of state directors for the Farm Service Agency and for USDA's Rural Development programs.

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Hydroponics Ban Rejected; NemaStrike Pulled From Shelves

A rejected proposal to prohibit hydroponics in organic production, disappointed growers who want organic certification restricted to crops grown in soil. Tax policy specialist says new business rates in the House Ways & Means tax bill will have the greatest impact on farmers’ taxes. Monsanto is pulling its new nematode control seed treatment.

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Clovis Withdraws Name and EPA Accused of ‘Sue and Settle’

Large grain trading firms are cutting spending as a result of low commodity prices. Industry groups federal agencies give in too easily and ‘settle’ when sued by environmental groups. Sam Clovis is no longer under consideration for a USDA undersecretary position

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NAFTA Doubts; FDA to Revoke Soy Protein Heart Disease Claim

With the possible withdraw from NAFTA, but Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue says he’s confident of a positive outcome. Farm groups continue to express concern about the future of the Renewable Fuel Standard. FDA lays out the case for why the health claim should be removed from food labeling.

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Senate Hopeful David Perdue Gathers With Supporters On Election Night
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Bayer’s Monsanto Takeover Devalued; Perdue on Crop Insurance

Bayer has reduced the value of its pending Monsanto takeover by $2.5 billion. Crop insurance remains a top priority for farmers in the 2018 Farm Bill.

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California Central Valley Farming Communities Struggle With Drought
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H-2C Program Clears Judiciary; Off-label Dicamba in Arkansas

The use of generic or off-label dicamba products may have been widespread in Arkansas this year. Agricultural Guestworker Act would replace the existing H-2A program with an H-2C system that allow imported workers to work year-round, but at potentially lower wage rates than now required.

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Productivity Message and Duval on Trade Agreements

“Feeding the World” helps motivate farmers. But, isn’t a major concern for most consumers. Ag Risk coverage to be a viable option in the farm bill, needs to be fixed. President of American Farm Bureau would like to see a new bilateral trade agreement.

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Dow Passes 11,000 Mark for First Time Since 2001
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NFU Talks Ag Slump and Mexican Grain Imports

Market prices are down steeply from the commodity boom that ended in 2013. Buying U.S. farm commodities, making countries like Brazil and Argentina much more attractive to Mexican importers if the NAFTA talks fail, which would see higher cost. Fraudulent labeling continues to be a problem with organic imports.

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Despite Wobbly Economy, Midwestern Farmers Enjoy High Yields And Profits
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Farm Foreclosures Feared; Monsanto Dicamba Complaint

Bankers are expecting an increase in farm loan foreclosures. Arkansas Ag officials are being sued due to a proposed ban on a weed killer linked to widespread crop damage. an increase in farm loan foreclosures is expected by some bankers. Cargill is expanding, signed an agreement to buy Diamond V.

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