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  • Glyphosate Still Under Review

    EPA determined that glyphosate is likely to have adverse effects on 1,675 endangered species and 759 critical habitats; the agency now must consult with other federal agencies on how to mitigate those risks.
  • Hooded Sprayers Get Another Look

    Hooded sprayers could make a comeback to reduce the chances of drift when spraying dicamba over the top of tolerant crops and to reduce new buffer requirements in soybeans for the herbicide.
  • Family Business Matters

    This practical advice can help create better connections with family business partners.
  • Animal Rights Groups Cry Foul

    A number of animal rights groups filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission alleging Cargill is misleading consumers with its turkey marketing.
  • DTN Retail Fertilizer Trends

    Average retail prices were slightly lower for five fertilizers and slightly higher for three fertilizers the third week of November 2020.
  • Oil Price Spike Supports Corn, Ethanol

    Crude oil markets respond to recent COVID-19 news with an 8-month price high.
  • Protein Outlook

    Recovery in the food service industry will be key to how protein markets move through 2021.
  • EPA Motions to Dismiss Chesapeake Suit

    The EPA asked a federal court to dismiss lawsuits alleging the agency has failed in its duties to clean up the Chesapeake Bay.
  • Corn, Cob to Be Pardoned

    Iowa-raised turkeys Corn and Cob will be presented to President Donald Trump on Tuesday for a pardoning ceremony.
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