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Pruitt’s Reassurance on RFS; Monsanto-Arkansas Dicamba Fued

Monsanto’s petition to stop Arkansas’ ban on the company’s XtendiMax dicamba herbicide for 2018. USDA states cattle total numbers were up 13% from a year ago. Seven farm state Senate Republicans are concerned about the implement of the Renewable Fuel Standard.

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Ag Productivity by 2050 and Budget Without Farm Bill Cuts

The expanding Agriculture productivity is not expanding fast enough to sustainably feed the world by 2050. Fiscal 2018 budget blueprint approved by the House earlier this month included instructions to reduce agriculture spending by $10 billion. EPA abandoning proposed changes to the Renewable Fuel Standard.

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Farmers Association To Announce Grain Harvest Results
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GIPSA Pulls Fair Practice Rule; EPA’s RFS Reductions

The USDA announced last week it plans to pull an interim Final Farmer Fair Practice Rule. Anne Dawson, with the USDA Foreign Ag Service, has been named recipient of the U.S. Meat Export Federation’s 2017 Distinguished Service Award. Four GOP governors have written to President Trump with concerns about the EPA’s recently proposed reductions to the Renewable Fuels Standard.

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Hurricane Wilma Damages Florida Agriculture
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Bayer to BASF $7-billion Deal; Irma Crushes Florida’s Orange Crop

Bayer has agreed to sell significant parts of its seed and non-selective herbicide businesses. Hurricane Irma pounded Florida who was looking at the first increase in orange production in five years.

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Farm Bill Requests and Dicamba Restricted in 2018

Ag committees are sorting through dozens of requests for increased Farm Bill funding. USDA reports corn and soybean export sales were above most pre-report estimates, while wheat sales were below expectations.

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Organic Farmers in Germany Benefit from BSE Scare
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AFB on Foreign Trade and Organic Fraud

Organic farming is taking steps to reduce organic fraud. U.S. senator defending the biodiesel industry.

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Wheat Harvest Begins Amidst Hot Summer
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Bilateral Trade Agreements; Farm Bill Completion

U.S. Wheat Groups wants the President to negotiate new bilateral trade agreements in place of the Trans Pacific Partnership. Large processing plant are in the works outside Great Falls, Montana.

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August Beef Exports and Trade in Pacific Rim Countries

U.S. beef exports posted another outstanding performance in August. The U.S. needs to improve trade relationships with Pacific Rim countries to compete with other exports.

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Hot Weather Puts California Power Grid On Alert
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Power Grid Worries and Brazilian Beef Talks

House Science Committee Chair Lamar Smith spoke about the threats to the electric power grid and the need to prioritize improving our electric grid. US and Brazil talking about reopening trade. Dept of Ag looking at where they are getting the most accurate data.

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Irrigation Water In Yakima To Be Shut Off Tomorrow

Irrigation customers in Yakima that get water via the city's system will be shut off tomorrow (Oct. 13)

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Rural Infrastructure and Foreign Buyers of U.S. Commodities

America's Rural infrastructure plan to including new investments in roads and bridges, nationwide broadband access, plus health care for rural and agricultural growth. More talks on the commitment on biofuels. Feed product trade has obstacles to overcome.

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Bird Flu Lessons and New Ambassador to India

Cases of Bird flu has be found. Farmers saying they feels the ag economy has stayed the same from the month of August to September and Kenneth Juster was nominated for U.S. ambassador to India.

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