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U.S. rains attract grain buyers' attention, but not business
CHICAGO - Heavy rains swamping U.S. farmland are grabbing the attention of global grain buyers as prices of corn and soybean futures soar on concerns about damage from the deluge.
Monday, June, 29, 2015 - Reuters - News

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General Mills to remove artificial colors, flavors from cereals
General Mills announced Monday it will remove all artificial colors and flavors from its cereals beginning with Trix, Cocoa Puffs and Reese’s Puffs by the end of 2015.
Monday, June, 22, 2015 - Star Tribune - News

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Pope draft encyclical calls for swift action on climate change
The world could see the destruction of entire ecosystems this century without urgent action on climate change, Pope Francis says in a draft of his keenly awaited encyclical on the environment.
Tuesday, June, 16, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Small motors, big frustrations
TOWNER, N.D. — As I write this, I’m surrounded by the strong scent of gasoline and carburetor cleaner, and enveloped in an aura of frustration. Anyone with a little intuition would correctly identify this malady as a small engine affliction.
Tuesday, June, 02, 2015 - - News

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Heavy rains hit Texas as death toll rises to 13 from storms
AUSTIN, Texas - Storms dumped rain on parts of Texas on Wednesday, bringing more runoff to swollen waterways that spilled their banks this week in places such as Houston, where floods have killed six people and caused chaos in the fourth most-populous U.S. city.
Wednesday, May, 27, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Lax biosecurity found on several Iowa bird flu farms
Measures to control the worst bird flu outbreak in U.S. history are not being enforced at several farms at its epicenter in northwestern Iowa, potentially increasing the risks that the disease could spread further, spot checks by Reuters show.
Thursday, May, 21, 2015 - Reuters - News

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Frost threatens northern U.S. corn; rains soak southern Plains
Freezing temperatures will threaten emerging corn plants in North Dakota while rains linger this week in the southern U.S. Plains wheat belt, an agricultural meteorologist said Monday.
Monday, May, 18, 2015 - - News

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Typhoon Noul weakens after lashing Philippines, heads for Japan
Two people died when the typhoon made landfall on Sunday in the rice- and corn-producing province of Cagayan about 250 miles north of the capital, Manila, toppling trees and cutting power in wide areas of the province.
Thursday, May, 14, 2015 - - News

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Pacific trade deal excites, worries Minnesota business
The U.S. Senate could vote this week to give President Obama authority to finish negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a trade deal between 12 countries that border the Pacific Ocean.
Wednesday, April, 29, 2015 - - News

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Avian flu uncertainty has turkey farmers on edge
The unprecedented avian flu outbreak has hit commercial poultry operations in several states, but none harder than Minnesota. Nearly 1.5 million turkeys in Minnesota have died from the virus or been killed to prevent its spread.
Monday, April, 20, 2015 - Minnesota Public Radio News - News

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Buffer zone proposal targets farmers
ST. PAUL — Gov. Mark Dayton has chosen to turn up the rhetoric against Minnesota’s hardworking farmers this session.
Tuesday, April, 14, 2015 - - News

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Elevator evolution: Technology changing how elevators operate
When he first began working for Southwest Grain near Taylor, N.D., several years ago, Kent Candrian says there were days when he would walk about a mile or more at work — all of it in a 20-square-foot area.
Monday, March, 23, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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ITC thumps challenge to U.S.-Mexico sugar pact
The U.S. International Trade Commission on March 19 upheld agreements between the U.S. and Mexican governments designed to stop subsidized Mexican sugar from being dumped on the U.S. market.
Thursday, March, 19, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Jessie Veeder: Springtime is dirty but bright
WATFORD CITY, N.D. -- It’s a great week to be alive on the ranch. The sun is shining, the snow is melting, and the smell of the sweet, muddy, brown ground reminds us of the green that’s promised in the coming months.
Monday, March, 16, 2015 - Forum News Service - News

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Elevators scale back on building rail terminals
PARKSTON, S.D. — Dakota Plains Ag Center LLC’s flagship elevator near Parkston, S.D., is one of the largest inland grain terminal customers of the BNSF Railway in South Dakota, and is in one of the few hotspot regions for shuttle elevator growth.
Monday, March, 16, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Dayton challenges farmers to support buffer plan
Laying the blame for many of the state’s polluted waters squarely at the feet of agriculture, Gov. Mark Dayton March 12 asked Minnesota farmers to “look into their souls” and support his proposal to buffer nearly every water in the state from row crops and their associated runoff.
Friday, March, 13, 2015 - St. Paul Pioneer Press - News

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Scuse defends sugar suspension
Agriculture Undersecretary for Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services Michael Scuse on Feb. 9 vigorously defended the suspension agreements the Obama administration has negotiated with Mexico to settle cases U.S. sugar growers brought saying Mexico was shipping subsidized sugar to the U.S.
Thursday, February, 12, 2015 - Agweek - News

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Oklahoma man cited for dumping cow heads; O’Toole elected chairman of U.S. Wheat Associates; Minnesota colleges team up for ag education; Wolf bills would ban snaring, increase livestock fund and more.
Monday, February, 09, 2015 - - News

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Okla. man cited for dumping two dozen cow heads near river
An Oklahoma man has been cited with illegally dumping 24 decapitated cow heads and three dead calves near the state’s Arkansas River over the weekend.
Tuesday, February, 03, 2015 - - News

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China’s dairy farmers dump milk
Small dairy farmers in China are dumping milk and selling cows as demand from processors slows in a sharp turnaround from last year, when a scramble for supplies prompted a huge surge in milk powder imports.
Monday, January, 19, 2015 - Reuters - News

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