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Wheat Industry Subject to More Government Regulations; Simplot to Sell GMO Potatoes to Canada

More government regulations impact the western wheat industry. A provision in the 7 part Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), will have serious implications on how wheat is handled and transported...

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California Agriculture Faces Challenges As Drought Continues
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U.S. Wheat Grower Wants Canada to Reform Grain Grading System

The National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) President Gordon Stoner and U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) Chairman Brian O'Toole sent a letter last week to Canada's Minister of Agriculture, and Minister and International Trade, continuing to press the Canadian government to reform its grain grading system, which unfairly minimizes the quality of U...

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USDA Says Mexico Will Lift Its Poultry Ban; Canada to Plant More Pulse Crop

USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack attributes the announcement by Mexico that the nation will lift its ban on poultry from 14 states “a result of USDA’s close communications with Mexico to reduce trade restrictions...

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Iowa Farmers Harvest Crops As Colder Weather Brings Season's End Near
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2016 Farmland Prices in Canada Easing; Swift Vote Called for on TPP

The rise in Canadian farmland prices will slow in 2016, thanks in part of softer commodity prices.  Farm Credit Canada said that growers should prepare for a possible easing in land values after prices rose at a slower rate in 2015...

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Disagreement In Wheat Export to Egypt; Canada’s Egg Production Heading Toward Other Methods

Egyptian officials over the weekend denied there had been any disagreement regarding what level of the fungus ergot they would permit in wheat imports...

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U.S, Canada and Mexico Collaborating on Avian Flu; Commercial Ag Drones Booming

The United States, Canada and Mexico have entered an arrangement to enhance collaboration on avian influenza. Along with their poultry and egg industries, the countries signed the agreement this week to work toward harmonizing procedures for responding to possible future detections of the virus...

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WTO Looking into Country of Origin Labeling; Canada Meat Consumption Declining

The World Trade Organization needs more time to translate a panel report on Country-of-Origin Labeling expected next month. The decision on COOL was expected to be released November 27th...

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Canada Says TPP will Claim Jobs; Overuse of Antibiotics an Public Health Problem

Turkey Farmers of Canada, an organization representing Canada’s 500 plus turkey farms, says imports allowed by the Trans-Pacific Partnership will hurt the Canadian turkey industry...

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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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Canada Standing Firm on Trans-Pacific Partnership; Improvement in Sustainable Beef

The Canadian government says it will not be bullied in Trans-Pacific Partnership talks. The response comes as the United States ratchets up pressure on Canada’s heavily protected dairy sector ahead of what could be the final round of talks for the TPP deal...

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Guy Gets Struck By Lightning Then Wins Lottery

One of the biggest deterrents to playing the lottery is the realization that one is far more likely to be struck by lightning than hitting the lotto.

Well, check this out ...

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Bill Approved for Agri-Marketing and Country of Origin Labeling

The House Agriculture Committee Wednesday approved a bill to amend the Agriculture Marketing Act of 1946 and repeal the Country of Origin Labeling law for beef, pork and chicken - while leaving requirements for other covered commodities intact...

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