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Farm Bill Website; Ethanol Drives Corn Demand

There is a website for you, to keep up to date on the 2018 Farm Bill. The 2017-18 forecast increases the amount of corn and less sorghum in ethanol production.

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Hamburg Is Germanys Busiest Port
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Export Shipping Rates Soar; Livestock for Ag Beginners

Farmers looking to livestock to generate more income. Traders finding it harder to handle rising freight bill due to crop prices are effected by oversupply.

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Price Of Milk Rises, Potentially Raises Cost Of Cheese And Pizza
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EU Dairy Oversupply; Household Farm Income Up

EU’s dairy industry dealing with the pain of low milk prices resulting from oversupply. Farm household income will rise slightly. Effects of biofuels policy.

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Wheat Harvest Begins Amidst Hot Summer
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Wheat Prices in 2018; Perdue says Trump Gets Ag Importance

Wheat acreage in the U.S. is expected to be at historic lows again. Arkansas Legislative Council is to provide a final review of the dicamba regulation.

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Mitt Romney Campaigns In Des Moines
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China Boosts U.S. Corn Imports; Good Time for Farm Bill Negotiations

China's purchases plunged, after domestic supplies became cheaper following a farm policy overhaul. Farmers needing to be more involved in the new Farm Bill.

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Trump’s First Year Review; School Meal Flexibility Rule

The nation’s farm groups appear to have mixed feelings on President Trump. Livestock farmers have been granted a two-month reprieve in reporting air emissions. USDA’s commitment to work with program operators, school nutrition professionals to ensure school nutrition standards are both healthful and practical.

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Iowa Farmers Harvest Crops As Colder Weather Brings Season's End Near
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China Boosts U.S. Corn Imports; Good Time for Farm Bill Negotiations

China stepping up more corn purchases as buyers seek out cheap imports. Biofuel industry is split on the blend of biofuel in the gasoline and diesel supplies.

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Food Industry Continues To Offer Career Opportunities In Weak Economy
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Germany Key Glyphosate Vote and Beginning Farmers & USDA

The food service industry in the Caribbean is looking to rebound from an exceptionally harsh hurricane season. Germany provided the key swing vote in the European Union’s approval of glyphosate for another five years. Going small programs fitting the needs of young farmers, who usually have small operations.

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Canada’s U.S. Dairy Dependency; Wheat Acreage Down

NAFTA talks, Canada looks less dependent on U.S. diary imports. The wheat market could see improvement. A change to how the Renewable Fuel Standard is run.

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Farmers Decide Yea Or Nay On Genetically Modified Crops
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GMO Education; U.S. Beef Exports to China Growing

Pesticide registrations designed to ensure the chemicals do not harm endangered species. FDA and USDA to come up with an education and outreach plan on agricultural biotechnology.

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Perdue Resumes Reorganization; GOP Passes House Tax Bill

Reorganization of the Codex Alimentarius program in USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service be moved to the Office of the Undersecretary for Trade and Ag Affairs. Arkansas Plant Board has decided that ALL dicamba products should be banned as of April 15th. Tax bill through the House last week that would slash corporate and individual taxes while preserving and even expanding key benefits for farms.

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Vattenfall Intends To Burn African Woodchips In Germany
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Gen Z Value Driven; RFS Contributes to Climate Change

Consumers' brand loyalty at agriculture shows has been wavering. About 140 regulations as “possible options” for revision or repeal. A report states that the Federal Fuel Standard is contributing to the climate change.

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