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Ag News: ASF Spreading in China
The impact of China's African swine fever outbreak has grown, as the disease arrived in one of the country's largest production areas as pork stockpiles fall rapidly.
Ag News: Optimism on China
Optimism seems to be growing from the possible trade truce with China. The U.S. Soybean Export Council reports net sales for soybeans is up 42% percent.
Ag News: WOTUS Ruling
A Judge ruled that the EPA and Army Corps of Engineers improperly suspended the “waters of the U.S. rule” without public comment. EPA will review the order.
Pruitt Hears Feedback on WOTUS; U.S./Mexico Potato Relationship
**Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt met with farmers, elected officials, and ag industry leaders last week to hear feedback on re-writing the Waters of the U.S. Rule under the Clean Water Act.
The controversial rule has been put on hold by the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals whi…
Trump Works on WOTUS and PA Immigration Raid
**The Trump administration is working quickly to withdraw the controversial Waters of the U.S. rule, but that may be the easy part.
EPA officials met last month with associations representing state and local agencies to outline the agency’s plans to first withdraw the WOTUS rule and r…
Vilsack Leaves Early; WOTUS Legal Challenges
Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack left office Friday, a week ahead of President Obama. A spokesman for President-elect Trump said a nominee to succeed Vilsack would be named “some time soon.”
As Agri-Pulse reported, Vilsack will become president and CEO of the U...

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