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Wheat Harvest Begins Amidst Hot Summer
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US Wheat Association Closing Cairo Office, Dairy In NAFTA Talks

U.S. Wheat Associates will close its office in Cairo, Egypt December 1. But will continue trade service to wheat buyers in Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and other countries in the region on a targeted basis. Canadian dairy policies were brought up during the recently concluded 4th round of NAFTA renegotiations. Meatpacker JBS reportedly has closed seven of its packing plants in Brazil.

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Bird Flu Lessons and New Ambassador to India

Cases of Bird flu has be found. Farmers saying they feels the ag economy has stayed the same from the month of August to September and Kenneth Juster was nominated for U.S. ambassador to India.

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Epic Flooding Inundates Houston After Hurricane Harvey
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Farm Revenue on Rise and Harvey Damage to Farms

Farm revenue is expected to rise this year according to the USDA’s Economic Research Service. Farm bill talks continues and Harvey's impact will have a long lasting effect.

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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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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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Tate & Lyle Sugar Refinery General Views
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U.S.-Mexico Sugar Talks; Perdue in Canada

* The U.S. and Mexico announced a preliminary agreement on a new system to regulate the flow of Mexican sugar into the U.S., but the U.S. sugar refiners and farmers are not supporting the deal...

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Farmers Decide Yea Or Nay On Genetically Modified Crops
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FDA to Redefine “Healthy”; Ag Lenders Expect Rise in Loan Demand

**The FDA will have to sift through hundreds of comments containing often-conflicting advice as it tries to redefine the term “healthy” for use on food products...

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Donald Trump Hosts Canadian PM Justin Trudeau At The White House
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Trump Trudeau and Trade; Foot & Mouth in South Korea

President Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pledged Monday to improve relations under the North American Free Trade Agreement, but stressed they were mostly satisfied with the status quo...

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Farmers Association To Announce Grain Harvest Results
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Cuban Delegation Toured U.S. Agriculture; USDA to Address Dairy Priority in TPP

An agriculture delegation from Cuba toured American agriculture. Hosted by the U.S. Grains Council, the delegation was brought to the U.S. to learn about U...

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Reports Claims California Leads The Nation In The Green Tech Field
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EPA’s Renewable Fuel Standard Questioned; Saudi Arabia Buying California Farmland For Dairy Industry

A coalition last week filed a petition in a U.S appeals court to review the Renewable Fuel Standard. The groups are asking the courts to review the EPA’s RFS volumes for 2014, 2015 and 2016, announced last year after the EPA proposed significant drops in the volumes...

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Vietnam’s Dairy Industry Expanding Due to TPP; CO2 Levels Balance Shifted

Facing a glut of dairy once the Trans-Pacific Partnership is finalized, Vietnam’s fast-growing dairy companies are investing big in new markets ahead of more competition...

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Idaho Department of Ag Restricted in Licensing, USDA Could Lose $300 Million

  • New rules approved Tuesday would no longer allow the Idaho State Department of Agriculture to revoke a dairy facility's permit if caught illegally discharging wastewater or sewage.

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