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Appeals Court Wolf Decision; Ag Econ Barometer Up
**Farmers and lawmakers say the Federal Appeals Court was wrong to keep wolves on the endangered species list. The decision handed down last week means nothing changes, and people cannot interfere with wolves attacking livestock and pets.
Wisconsin State Senator Tom Tiffany says efforts to fight the …
U.S. Wheat Grower Wants Canada to Reform Grain Grading System
The National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) President Gordon Stoner and U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) Chairman Brian O'Toole sent a letter last week to Canada's Minister of Agriculture, and Minister and International Trade, continuing to press the Canadian government to reform its grain…
GMO Labeling and Country of Origin Labeling Under Review
The Senate Agriculture Committee will markup Chairman Pat Roberts GMO labeling bill Thursday. Roberts released a draft of the bill last week that drew applause from many agriculture groups. However, it’s unclear if Democrats will be able to ignore pressure from pro-labeling groups un…
U.S. Avoids $1 Billion Tariffs; Bayer Looks Toward Expansion
Following its passage, Canadian officials praised the U.S. spending bill that included a repeal of mandatory meat country-of-origin labeling. The repeal averted a potential trade war as the bill avoids $1 billion worth of retaliatory tariffs Canada and Mexico were authorized to impose on the United …

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