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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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FAA Announced Executives to Head Unmanned Aircraft Program; Internships for Cattle Industry

The Federal Aviation Administration announced two executives who will guide the agency’s approach to integrating unmanned aircraft systems into the U...

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FMC Corp. Continues it’s Partnership With Roundup Ready; Kids are Eating Healthier

FMC Corporation announced an agreement to continue a partnership under the Roundup Ready PLUS Crop Management Solutions platform. The agreement keeps FMC’s Authority brand and now includes FMC’s Capture insecticide as qualified brands under Roundup Ready PLUS...

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Farmers Association To Announce Grain Harvest Results
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Who Owns the Most Farmland; Iran Will Not Import Wheat.

A USDA report shows non-farming landlords own 80 percent of rented farmland. The National Ag Statistics Service released the results of the 2014 Tenure, Ownership, and Transition of Agriculture Land survey...

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Poultry Ban Starting to be Lifted by Japan; The Cost of Fighting Wildfire Top One Billion

Japan is lifting some of its bans on imports of live poultry and poultry meat from the United States. The bans were put in place earlier this year due to the U...

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Pork Recall Expands; Taiwan Flour Millers to Visit the Northwest

A recall of pork products stemming from salmonella from whole-hogs now includes more than 523,000 pounds of pork, expanding from an earlier recall...

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Delays in Water of the U.S. Rule; USDA Investing in Sage Grouse Initiative

Last Thursday, a North Dakota federal judge granted an injunction against the Waters of the U.S. rule, effectively delaying implementation by the Environmental Protection Agency for 13 states...

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Monsanto Merger a No Go; Canadian Poultry Ban Lifted

Monsanto announced Wednesday that they are no longer pursuing the current proposal for Syngenta. In a news release, Monsanto announced Syngenta said Monsanto’s enhanced proposal did not meet financial expectations...

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Monsanto Increases Offer to Syngenta; African Swine Fever Outbreak in Ukraine

Monsanto has increased its Syngenta takeover offer. After the initial deal was rejected earlier this year, Monsanto has changed the proposal to contain a higher proportion of cash than the prior bid, which envisioned a split of 45 percent cash to 55 percent Monsanto shares...

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U.S. Embassy Promotes U.S. Beef As TIPP Negotiations Continue
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13 States Look for a Delay in Water of U.S. Rules; How Safe is Your Beef?

The clock is ticking down to implementation of the Environmental Protection Agencies Waters of the U.S. rule. 13 states have asked for an injunction to delay the rule, set to go into effect Friday...

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Federal Cleanup Crew Spills 3 Million Gallons Of Toxic Mine Waste In Colorado's Animas River
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EPA Inspectors Busy Investigating Colorado Spill; Deere Sales Fall in Weak Economy

A bipartisan group of senators from western states are asking the Environmental Protection Agency inspector general to investigate all aspects of a recent spill in Colorado...

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