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Ag News: WOTUS Reinstated
A Washington state federal judge ruled that the EPA and Army Corps of Engineers made a “serious procedural error” by reinstating the pre-2015 WOTUS.
Ag News: U.S. Beef to Taiwan
First three quarters of 2018, export value to Taiwan had nearly matched last year's record of $410 million, but by year's end, are expected to exceed $500 million.
Ag News: U.S. Cheese on USMCA
Some of the largest U.S. cheese companies say the new trade agreement is an empty win if the administration doesn't dial down the steel and aluminum tariffs.
Ag News: Roundup in Cereal
Oops! You mean it's not true?! A news story stated that the weed killer Roundup found in your breakfast cereal. But after talking with experts that is not true.
Ag News: Foodbytes! Startups
Better world through food. Food and Ag bank Rabobank organized a global pitch competition. The competition has now taken place in more than 40 countries.
Ag News: Ag Land Buyers
Thinking about buying farmland? Farmers National in Pasco, says interest in eastern Washington continues to be strong with sales volume up 15% over six months.
Ag News: Drought Intensifies
The drought conditions in the Midwest, pushing cattlemen to begin culling herds. Kansas counties are authorized the use of Conservation Reserve Program acres.

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