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Poster child
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission describes what happened in the Gregory (S.D.) Farmers elevator failure as an example of proper handling of an elevator insolvency — evidence that a system for regulating marketing grain is not broken in the state.
Monday, July, 29, 2013 - Agweek - News

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Farmers first
Presho, S.D., farmer Dennis Stanley is advocating for a law giving farmers lien rights to delivered grain.
Monday, July, 29, 2013 - Agweek - News

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In the wake of Anderson Seed
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission is proposing new rules for credit sales between farmers and elevators.
Monday, July, 29, 2013 - Agweek - News

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Laid-off beef plant workers gather outside plant
Laid-off workers at the Northern Beef Packers plant sought answers July 26 on when they will get their delinquent paychecks, but state Labor Department officials said the plant’s bankruptcy proceedings have halted a process that would have allowed the workers to get at least partial compensation.
Monday, July, 29, 2013 - - News

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Lucas: Farm bill conference should proceed if no House SNAP agreement by Aug. 2
With the farm bill stalled, House Agriculture Committee Chairman Frank Lucas, R-Okla., says that if the House cannot reach agreement on a bill to reauthorize the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, better known as SNAP or food stamps, before leaving on Aug. 2 for five weeks, the farm bill conference between the House and the Senate should proceed.
Friday, July, 26, 2013 - Agweek - News

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Some SD beef plant workers shocked, worried after layoffs
Northern Beef Packers employees began streaming into the Department of Labor office to file for unemployment benefits and look for jobs shortly after they were laid off Wednesday morning.
Friday, July, 26, 2013 - Forum News Service - News

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Laid off SD beef plant workers not surprised
Laid-off workers at the Northern Beef Packers plant in the northern South Dakota city of Aberdeen say they haven’t been paid for more than two weeks and the plant hasn’t slaughtered any cattle for more than three weeks.
Thursday, July, 25, 2013 - - News

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BeefTalk: Grass and beef
Grass and beef. Or should one say soil and beef because grass is a product of the soil?
Wednesday, July, 24, 2013 - NDSU Extension Service - News

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Drylot beef cow production a viable option
Drylot beef cow production can be a viable alternative for producers, according to researchers at North Dakota State University’s Carrington Research Extension Center.
Monday, July, 22, 2013 - - News

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Demand for local food
Consumers are more interested than ever in purchasing locally grown food — and that includes meat, explains Shannon Sand, livestock business management field specialist.
Monday, July, 22, 2013 - - News

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Wheat in strong demand
In July's World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report, ending stocks for wheat were lowered more significantly than the market expected.
Monday, July, 22, 2013 - - News

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Latest news
The Northern Beef Packer's plant in Aberdeen, S.D., delays employee paychecks, plans have been approved for the Corn Palace in Mitchell, S.D., and North Dakota's congressional delegation is pressuring the Risk Management Agency to clarify some of its policies on prevented plant insurance.
Monday, July, 22, 2013 - - News

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World hunger reduction
As we near 2015, it is clear that the goal set by world leaders at the World Food Summit in 1996 will not be met.
Monday, July, 22, 2013 - Agweek - Opinion

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Smith reaches settlement in Iowa
Renewable energy promoter Darrell Smith of Forest City, Iowa, finalized an agreement to drop his appeal to Iowa sanctions that strip him permanently of licenses to sell insurance or investments in that state. Smith agreed to pay a $5,000 civil penalty.
Monday, July, 22, 2013 - Agweek - News

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Slow roll
It’s still seasons away from commercial farm use, but Monsanto Co. is conducting a gradual roll out of its Roundup Ready Xtend program, making sure dealers and farmers are schooled on the use of a new multi-mode chemical system to control herbicide-resistant weeds.
Monday, July, 22, 2013 - Agweek - News

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Renewable fuels leaders praise confirmation of McCarthy as EPA administrator
Renewable fuels leaders on July 17 praised the Senate confirmation of Gina McCarthy as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, while Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., said she still has reservations about EPA policy, but finds McCarthy open and willing to listen. The vote was 59-40.
Friday, July, 19, 2013 - Agweek - News

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Q&A with NDSU greenhouse manager
More than 300 researchers rely on precise conditions in their lab space in the Agricultural Experiment Station Research Greenhouse Complex at North Dakota State University.
Monday, July, 15, 2013 - Forum News Service - News

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Feeding the world
The slow increase in agricultural productivity around the world stands in marked contrast to the “green revolution” that led to a huge increase in crop yields in Asia in the 1960s to 1970s, with the widespread use of new artificial fertilizers, pesticides and growing techniques.
Monday, July, 15, 2013 - The Guardian - News

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Contemplating the Brazilian dilemma
Tropical climates that allow for year-round farming would seem to be a tremendous economic advantage, but for corn and soybean farmers in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso, it also poses a problem — an abundance of grain followed by about a 10 percent postharvest loss, partially because of a lack of storage.
Monday, July, 15, 2013 - University of Illinois - News

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