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Senate offers $10-billion-above baseline proposal
Senate leaders say their version of the 2008 farm bill, which contains $10 billion above the Congressional Budget
Disaster legislation could block farm bill passage
Ad hoc disaster assistance bills have proven to be tough nuts to crack in recent years, and passing permanent disaster
Asian Soybean Rust confirmed in Alabama sentinel plots, found in Leon County, Fla.
Asian Soybean Rust has been confirmed in several southern Alabama sentinel plots, according to Extension specialists
Tobacco buyout deadline is June 17
The deadline to sign up for the tobacco buyout is fast approaching. Tobacco producers and quota holders have until June
Tobacco buyout signup deadline is June 17
The deadline to sign up for the tobacco buyout is fast approaching. Tobacco producers and quota holders have until June
U.S. given favorable WTO ruling on food names
What’s in a name? Apparently enough for a World Trade Organization panel to rule that the European Union could not
WTO panel rules on geographic names
What's in a name? Apparently enough for a World Trade Organization panel to rule that the European Union could not
Hurricane crop damage is widespread
Hurricane Ivan, following closely on the heels of Hurricane Frances, slammed into the Alabama coastline during the
Catfish producer seeks unified front
Referred to as the pit bull of the catfish industry, Jim Popejoy is not one to back away from a fight. The Eudora,
Cattlemen get some positive news
After several weeks of declining prices, the news has been mostly positive for cattle producers during April, with sale
USDA ponders Canadian cattle debate
Time has run out for those interested in having a say in whether or not Canadian cattle can resume their trek south of
Soy biodiesel use making progress
The United Soybean Board is making great strides in making soy biodiesel more available to those consumers who have
Corn group blames politics for stall
The National Corn Growers Association thinks ethanol is getting a bad rap thanks to partisan politics and it's taking
Soybean growers discuss top priorities
Members of the American Soybean Association took advantage of the recent Commodity Classic to discuss topics of vital
Soy leaders talk legislative priorities
Members of the American Soybean Association took advantage of the Las Vegas location of this year's Commodity Classic
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