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  • ADM to Build First Crush Plant in ND

    Archer Daniels Midland on Monday announced plans to build the first soybean-crushing facility in North Dakota, capable of crushing 150,000 bushels per day.
  • Cash Market Moves

    For over six months, U.S. exporters relying on container shipments have been suffering unreasonable practices by ocean carriers.
  • Cull Cows

    Environment should play a key role in refining the size and efficiency of a cow herd.
  • Minimal Winter Wheat Freeze Damage

    Winter wheat avoided major losses during the latest cold snap.
  • SD Farmer Sues USDA on Wetlands Battle

    Minor County, South Dakota, farmer Arlen Foster filed a lawsuit challenging USDA's Swampbuster Act.
  • Bullish Land Price Outlook

    Rural and agricultural land prices continue strong, as demand outpaces supply in most areas.
  • Nebraska and EPA Look for Solution

    Representatives from the seed industry have stepped in to work with state regulators and EPA on potential cleanup plans for the AltEn ethanal plant in Mead, Nebraska. The site has millions of gallons of contaminated wastewater in ponds and 84,000 tons of contaminated wet cake that cannot be used for feed or applied to the soil.
  • Dicamba Settlement Deadline

    Soybean growers with dicamba injury from 2015 and 2020 have three more weeks to file claims for a $300 million settlement.
  • 30x30 Plan Dubbed America the Beautiful

    The Biden administration on Thursday released some principles and goals on its plan to conserve 30% of U.S. land and water under an initiative called "America the Beautiful." Pushing back on critics, the White House plan heavily stresses that expanding conservation efforts will be a voluntary effort. The plan calls for increasing incentives for farmers, ranchers and forest owners to increase conservation.
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