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USDA: Cold, wet weather may help spread deadly pig virus
Frigid temperatures across a large swath of the U.S. this week followed by warmer conditions could aid the spread of a fatal pig disease now in 22 states, affecting hundreds of thousands of pigs, a swine veterinarian says.
Friday, January, 10, 2014 - - News

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Study looks at grain flow from US to Canada
A new study from the Canada-U.S. Task Group, a group of Canadian and U.S. nonprofit and trade organizations, documents the commercial flow of grain from the U.S. to Canada.
Thursday, January, 09, 2014 - - News

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Minn. grain elevator addition stalled by dust, noise, traffic concerns
A proposed $2.3 million grain elevator expansion project in Hallock, Minn., has been stalled and ultimately might be dumped over a controversy involving dust, noise, traffic — and a tiny park.
Monday, January, 06, 2014 - Forum News Service - News

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Working with the hive
In the relatively invisible world of commercial honey producers, David Moreland is a newcomer and a rarity — a Californian almond grower who started his own apiary to pollinate his crops, as well as a research company to study colony collapse disorder.
Monday, January, 06, 2014 - Agweek - News

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Lost hooves, dead cattle before Merck halted Zilmax sales
The U.S. beef industry’s dependence on the muscle-building drug Zilmax began unraveling on a sweltering summer day, in the dusty cattle pens outside a Tyson Foods Inc. slaughterhouse in southeast Washington state.
Monday, January, 06, 2014 - Reuters - News

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Investigators of ND train collision find derailment point, broken axle
Investigators of a North Dakota train collision and fire near Casselton, N.D., have determined the point of the derailment and say a broken axle will be studied to determine if it played a role.
Thursday, January, 02, 2014 - Forum News Service - News

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Train car fire prompts evacuation of ND town
Officials urged people in Casselton, N.D., and the surrounding area to evacuate their homes as they dealt with the fallout from a massive fire when two trains collided Monday.
Tuesday, December, 31, 2013 - Forum News Service - News

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The ripple effect
On Ciro Fusco’s farm in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius, police swooped down one recent day and planted a warning sign in his broccoli fields, prohibiting anyone from harvesting or even setting foot on the plot. Dozens of other fields in the area were sequestered in the same way. Decades of toxic waste dumping by the Camorra crime syndicate that dominates the Naples area poisoned wells, authorities have found in recent months, tainting the water that irrigates crops with high levels of lead, arsenic and the industrial solvent tetrachloride.
Monday, December, 30, 2013 - Associated Press - News

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Snarled transportation system
Bumper corn and soybean harvests in the U.S. Midwest are stretching the system for moving crops from fields to markets beyond its limits this year, driving up export costs and crimping profits for farmers and grain dealers.
Monday, December, 16, 2013 - Reuters - News

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Pottinger: fertilizer industry 'a tricky game'
Don Pottinger has spent four decades in agribusiness, much of it working with fertilizer. He said the experience has convinced him of two things
Monday, December, 16, 2013 - Agweek - News

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A bill would end corn ethanol mandate, a Canadian court strikes down a board lawsuit and SD officials approve $7.2 million corn palace project.
Monday, December, 16, 2013 - Agweek - News

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Expanded shipping capacity
The Brazilian arm of U.S. commodities trader Archer Daniels Midland Co. expects to move 1 million metric tons of soy and corn through its new terminal at the mouth of the Amazon in 2014, according to the head of South American operations.
Monday, December, 16, 2013 - Reuters - News

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Cargill to build $18.6 million grain elevator in SD
Cargill will begin construction of a 5.2 million-bushel grain elevator and storage facility this month south of Emery in southeast South Dakota.
Thursday, December, 12, 2013 - - News

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Mustard hard to move
If you have a contract for your mustard, count yourself lucky, at least if you’re in any hurry to deliver. Mustard is beset by the same transportation problems that every other crop has in this year of record supplies — lack of transport.
Monday, December, 09, 2013 - Agweek - News

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Italian farmers march pigs to Rome
Italian farmers paraded small, pink pigs in protest outside parliament on Dec. 4, declaring they were being driven to ruin by hams and salami sold as “made in Italy” but produced largely elsewhere.
Monday, December, 09, 2013 - Agweek - News

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