China says it wants all imports of distiller's dried grains (DDGS) from the U.S. to be officially certified free of the MIR 162 GMO trait. The new requirement is effective immediately.
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On Opening Day of the 2014 Ohio State Fair, Brownfield’s Dave Russell caught up with State Representative Dave Hall, (R) District 70, Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee and State Senator … [Read More...]
“A sad day for agriculture” is what Missouri Cattlemen’s Association Executive Vice President Mike Deering calls Governor Jay Nixon’s veto of two ag bills earlier this week. Deering says he … [Read More...]
Issues related to China’s rigid stance on biotechnology will be a big part of the discussion at the U.S. Grains Council’s (USGC) annual board of delegates meeting, July 28-30 in Omaha.
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Jim Knuth is senior vice president at Omaha-based Farm Credit Services of America. At the recent Iowa Farm Bureau Economic Summit in Ames, Knuth talked about the changing economic landscape in … [Read More...]
CLAAS of America is stepping up its presence in the North American tractor market. The company will unveil a new Tier 4f compliant XERION tractor at upcoming farm shows.
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More Americans, on average, are eating more chicken and price is not the main reason according to a new consumer survey. The survey found overall chicken consumption is up 17% from two years ago. … [Read More...]
Unless you work in DC, it's tough to understand some of the unspoken signals that received from Capitol Hill. In recent days, lobbyists sniffing the air like animals anticipating a storm, … [Read More...]
People with physical handicaps need all the help they can get to improve or to recover. Horses are being used to do just that and it’s being proven to work. K.C. Henry is executive director of … [Read more...]