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Noah Fish

Multimedia reporter

Noah Fish is a multimedia journalist who creates print, online and TV content for Agweek. He's also the host of the Agweek Podcast.

While covering agriculture he's earned awards for his localized reporting on the 2018 trade war, and breaking news coverage of a fifth-generation dairy farm that was forced to sell its herd when a barn roof collapsed in the winter of 2019. His reporting focuses on the intersection of agriculture, food and culture.

He reports out of Rochester, Minnesota, and can be reached at nfish@agweek.com

Bob Worth has volunteered as an MSGA director since 2002, serving in various capacities including president, secretary and treasurer. Most recently, Worth was vice president of the MSGA.
Don Wick of the Red River Farm Network and Randy Martinson of Martinson Ag Risk Management said that the Quarterly Stocks and Planted Acreage report along with a trucker protest in Argentina and ongoing West Coast port labor talks had an impact on markets this week.
The Village has expanded from feeding 150 families in the Rochester area to 200 families in less than one year and serves over 15 immigrant communities in the city.
International Pollinator Week is June 20-26.
The World Pork Expo, hosted by the National Pork Producers Council, was held in Des Moines on June 8-10.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture will partner with the United Farm Workers of America to develop a $65 million pilot program to support the H-2A workforce and employers.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison explained at a June 15 meeting with Minnesota Famers Union members that his office is addressing market consolidation, price gouging and right-to-repair legislation.
The new CEO of the National Pork Producers Council held previous leadership roles at the state and checkoff levels in the pork industry.
The new plant includes two vats, a pasteurizer, cheese compress, curd mill, packaging sealer, walk-in coolers, a sub-zero freezer for cultures and a testing lab.
Many of the more than 100 biofuel companies and 195 facilities that will receive economic relief operate out of Minnesota.