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DUSTY JOHNSON

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The legislation would bar entities linked with China and a handful of other countries from buying land or agricultural business in the United States, building on a similar proposal sponsored by Rep. Dusty Johnson in the House last month. Rounds linked the protection of American agriculture to national security, pointing to the controversy over Fufeng Group's purchase of land near Grand Forks Air Base.
The roundtable discussion with producers and conservation groups focused on the environmental programs in the expansive legislation, such as the Conservation Reserve Program. A new farm bill is set to be negotiated throughout next year.
Sens. John Thune and Mike Rounds, as well as Rep. Dusty Johnson, said they were working to gum-up progressive goals on climate change and tax policy in Washington D.C. by reaching out to moderate Democrats as unlikely allies.
The first new report, the National Daily Direct Formula Base Cattle, which will be issued on Monday, Aug. 9, will provide information into the foundational prices used in cattle market formulas, grids and contracts. The second report, the National Weekly Cattle Net Price Distribution, which will be issued Tuesday, Aug. 10, will show the volume of cattle purchased at each different level of pricing within those formulas, grids, and contracts.
U.S. Congressman Dusty Johnson sat down with the South Dakota Corn Growers Association and South Dakota Soybean Association for a roundtable discussion.
Both Rounds and Johnson win their second terms in office.

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South Dakota's lone voice in the House has introduced a bill that would attempt to reform some of the vulnerabilities in the cattle market that have been revealed by the COVID-19 pandemic and a 2019 fire at a beef packing plant.
Rep. Dusty Johnson wants to focus on the issues and how he's solving problems.
Mother Nature hasn't been kind to farmers and ranchers in the Dakotas and the surrounding states. The year 2019 has been marked with extreme cold temperatures, record snowfall, excessive rain and flooding, multiple late spring blizzards in the pe...

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