July 1, 2015

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North, South Dakota Join Lawsuit Against EPA

Both North and South Dakota, along with 10 other western states have wasted no time in filing a lawsuit over the Waters of the U.S. rule. Attorneys General Wayne Stenehjem and Marty Jackley, along with their counter parts in Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico and Wyoming filed the suit […]


Closing Markets on Report Day

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USDA Hogs and Pigs Report Shows Continued Expansion

According to the USDA, the US inventory of all hogs and pigs on June 1 was 66.9 million head. That’s up nine percent from one year ago and up slightly from the March report. The breeding swine inventory totaled 5.9 million head, up one percent from last year, but down one percent from last quarter. […]


From Bacon to Booze, Thumbs-Up for TPA Passage

The farmer leaders of the American Soybean Association  applauded the Senate for a vote Wednesday that advances trade promotion authority (TPA) to President Barack Obama’s desk, and called on the president to sign the bill as quickly as possible, citing the importance of TPA in creating and strengthening international trade agreements. “The Senate voted to […]


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