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Nov 22, 2010
Peach of a crop in 2010
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Nov 19, 2010
Conrad declines to take Ag Committee helm
North Dakota senators says he will retain Budget Committee chairman and be a senior member of the Agriculture Committee....
Nov 15, 2010
Changing government easier said than done
After the elections: changing government is easier said than done. Turning Washington around is like reversing the course of an ocean liner — it....
Nov 10, 2010
E-15 ruling – a sow’s ear to a silk purse?
The Renewable Fuels Association is trying to say positive, noting that the EPA waiver is a step in the right direction. But the ruling is still one....
Nov 05, 2010
What's payback for big campaign checks?
Costly campaigns finally ended, what’s payback for big checks?....
Nov 01, 2010
Talk surrounding new farm bill discouraging
Oct 27, 2010
Would Republican victory impact farm programs?
Republican takeover of the House could mean reductions in farm programs in 2012....
Oct 26, 2010
HFCS is just sugar
Sugar from corn, especially high fructose corn syrup, suffers from an undeserved image problem....
Oct 19, 2010
New bugs, new problems for Southeast
New bugs haven't caused much damage yet, but are a looming threat to crops in the upper Southeast....
Oct 12, 2010
The other side of the market
USDA's reduction of the 2010 U.S. corn forecast is causing concerns for beef and hog producers....
Oct 08, 2010
A T-shirt's role in world trade
Travels of a T-shirt: Markets, power, and politics of world trade....
Oct 05, 2010
Power play on NPDES permit?
The NPDES permit being developed by EPA for pesticide applications for water is drawing criticism from members of Congress and farm organizations and....
Oct 01, 2010
A bone to pick with USDA
The bottom line is the world needs farmers to grow more food; fence row to fence row and to double, triple, or even quadruple yields....
Sep 27, 2010
Earmarks and other dirty words
It’s interesting how certain words in the English language can become good or bad depending on how we choose to use them, and regardless of....
Sep 26, 2010
Angry environmentalists push back
Environmental groups filed subpoenas for a farm group's records after its executive director testified at a meeting on atrazine....
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