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Members of the American Farm Bureau Federation's voting delegates on
Tuesday voted to oppose lab-grown and plant-based products from using terms
associated with traditional meat products.
See . FAFBF's Big Beef on Meat...
EPA and Monsanto won their motion to dismiss the lawsuit challenging
the 2016 dicamba registration, but the plaintiffs will now fast track a new
challenge to the 2018 registration.
See DTN Ag News. :^Dicamba Lawsuit Setback...
In an hour-long speech, President Donald Trump bounced back and forth
between his focus on the border wall and his administration's push for trade
deals as he spoke Monday to roughly 6,000 members of the American Farm Bureau
See DTN Ag News. BAFBF Members Welcome Trump...
On Oct. 29, 2015, the Positive Train Control Enforcement and
Implementation Act of 2015 (PTCEI Act) was signed into law and extended the
original statutory deadline for full implementation of PTC systems from Dec.
31, 2015, to Dec. 31, 2018.
See DTN Ag News. 4^Cash Market Moves...
Florida cattle producers need to note a recall that could affect herd
See DTN Ag News. BCattle Deaths...
The worst new shop is the shop built too small or in the wrong place. This is the fourth and final story in DTN/The Progressive Farmer's series on America's Best Shops where growers share their resourceful and innovative ideas for indoor workspaces.
Amid the celebratory mood for American Farm Bureau Federation's 100th meeting, President Zippy Duvall spoke Sunday about the challenges of 2018, seen as a perfect storm for farmers with a combination of natural disasters, low prices, a trade war, labor shortages, lower incomes and rising debt.
While USDA will not release January crop reports Friday, private companies are trying to fill the void. One such company, Gro Intelligence, released its estimates at 11 a.m. CST.
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