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110 Million Invested to Support Workers, Farmers Suffering from Drought; TPA Wins Congressional Approval

The White House has announced drought assistance for states in the west that continue to struggle with prolonged dryness. The Administration is announcing new actions and investments of more than $110 million to support workers, farmers and rural communities suffering from drought and to combat wildfires. The new funding

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Country of Origin Labeling Challenged by U.S. House; Committee of Environment and Public Works to Rewrite “Waters of the U.S.”

The U.S. House has sent a bill that would repeal Country of Origin Labeling on to the Senate. The bill passed the House 300-131 Wednesday night. House Ag Committee Chairman Mike Conaway told House members “repeal is the only viable option before us to avoid this retaliation.” Canada and M

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Monsanto Looking at Takeover of Syngenta; Hudson Institute Reports on Lower-calorie Foods

The Monsanto takeover offer to Syngenta could cut Monsanto’s U.S. tax bill in half. If accepted and approved, Monsanto told Syngenta back in April they would incorporate the company in the U.K. – a move th

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Record High Temperatures Exacerbate Drought as Strange Weather Plagues Los Angeles County
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Month of June to Determine 2015 El Nino; A Repeal of Country of Origin Labeling

What happens during June will determine the evolution of the 2015 El Nino. DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist Mike Palmerino says the Southern Oscillation Index has retreated from its very strong El Nino levels the last week or so - and he says this bears watching. The U.S. foreca

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Cover Crop Chart to Help Growers; Trade Promotion Authority Talks Continue

In order to help reduce soil erosion, increase organic matter, improve early weed control and provide forage for animals - cover crops are becoming more popular. Cover crops are able to create more resilient, efficient production systems. In 2010 - USDA

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U.S. Wins Case Against India’s Ban on U.S. Meat; H-2B Workers Year Cap

The U.S. has won its World Trade Organization case against India regarding India’s eight-year-old ban on U.S. poultry, meat, eggs and live pigs. India claimed it needed to restrict these ag products to prevent avian influenza from entering India. The U.S. Trade

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Holy Swiss Cheese, Batman! Where Are the Holes?

It’s the weekend, the weather’s hot and the grill is hotter. The burgers are ready for cheese, but instead of your usual American or cheddar, you reach for Swiss when you notice something’s changed.

Where are the holes?  WHAT happened to the holes? 

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New WSU Wine Center Named for Ste. Michelle Wine Estates

RICHLAND, Wash. (AP) — The new Wine Science Center at Washington State University's Tri-Cities campus will bear the name of Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, the state's largest wine maker.

The name was announced as part of a dedication ceremony Thursday.

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USDA Releases Veterinary Feed Directive; Foreign Ag Subsidies Under Review

During the White House Forum on Antibiotic Stewardship on Tuesday - the U.S. Food and Drug Administration released its final Veterinary Feed Directive rule - a major component of FDA’s plan to promote judicious use of medically important antibiotics in food-producing animals. The regulations

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Uninsured Family Of Farmers Plans To Opt Out Of Affordable Health Care Act
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150 Food Companies Joined in a White House Forum; Net Farm Income Decreases Since 2013

The Obama Administration hosted the White House Forum on Antibiotic Stewardship on Tuesday - bringing together more than 150 food companies, retailers and human and animal health stakeholders to highlight commitments to combat antibiotic-resistant bacteria. President Barac

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