December 3, 2016

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The Changing Winds on Trade Deals – a South Dakota Perspective

It’s not breaking news that the Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal is pretty much toast as far as U.S. approval is concerned – following promises on the presidential campaign trail and the election of Donald Trump. That’s the message that National Cattlemen’s Beef Association President Elect Craig Uden shared with producers cattle buyers at the […]


Biodiesel Leaders Take Jobs, Energy Security Message to D.C.

Nearly three dozen biodiesel leaders from Kansas to Rhode Island took to the halls of Congress this week to champion America’s Advanced Biofuel. “We have a great message to share with our elected officials. Biodiesel is working today to support jobs, diversify our fuel options and support American energy security,” said National Biodiesel Board CEO, […]


Cattlemen Press for Updates and Expansion at State Lab in Brookings

South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard was the keynote speaker for Wednesday’s luncheon at the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Convention and Trade Show in Watertown at the Ramkota and Events Center. Daugaard talked about the need to upgrade the Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Laboratory in Brookings. The question we asked the Governor – will there be money in […]


Wet Snow Greets Cattlemen in Watertown, CME Group Would Get Chilly Reception

We’re broadcasting from the 68th Annual Convention and Trade Show of the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association at the Watertown Ramkota and Event Center. This morning’s agenda featured a very engaged panel meeting and question/answer session with producers about the cattle markets and the CME. We spoke with National Cattlemen’s Assocation President-Elect Craig Uden, A fourth-generation […]


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