Bipartisanship Alive in Push to End Foreign Sugar Subsidies

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At issue is a congressional resolution introduced recently aimed at upping the pressure on other nations to eliminate the foreign subsidies that make sugar the world’s most distorted commodity market.

Vilsack: U.S. to Press China on Phase 1 Trade Agreement

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This year’s record of U.S. agricultural exports could be broken next year, as the U.S. expects to keep China’s feet to the fire on existing trade agreements.

WOTUS Rewrite Coming by November

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EPA administrator Regan promises clarity, certainty and durable rule in agency’s work on defining waters of the U.S.

Drop in Farm Income Expected as Pandemic Aid Ends

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After reaching its highest level since 2013, U.S. net farm income could tumble by one-fifth next year, despite continued high crop and livestock revenue.

Idaho Crop Yields Down

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Sugarbeet yield is expected to be up slightly, but because of severe drought conditions and high temperatures across the state, yields are expected to be down significantly for many other crops.

Biden to Name Californian as Chief Ag Negotiator

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The president has been under pressure from farm-state senators to fill the position.

UN Embraces Genetic Engineering, Precision Ag

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Agricultural technologies, if applied right, can help move agri-food systems beyond business-as-usual options.

U.S. Sugar Policy about 'Preserving Family Legacies'

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“I’m very proud of the fact that we’ve sustained a sugar policy that has operated at zero cost to taxpayers,” says veteran sugar economist Jack Roney.

New Product: Fendt 500 Vario Gen3 Series Mid-Range Tractors

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FendtONE lets the operator customize tractor and implement operation to the work at hand.

Reinke Recognizes Rain For Rent Technician with PLUS Program Longevity Award

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Reinke Manufacturing has recognized Rain For Rent’s Kevin Layton in Idaho Falls, Idaho, with a 15-year PLUS Program Longevity Award.

Valley Irrigation Offers Solar Solutions

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Irrigation and ag technology leader delivers customized solar solutions for agriculture in select domestic markets

Betaseed Names New Independent Sales Agent

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Betaseed has named Bo Isham as an independent sales agent in the Idaho market.

Michigan Sugar Invests in Desugarization Facility

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Michigan Sugar Company is investing $65 million-plus to build a desugarization facility at its Bay City factory. The cooperative will produce up to 80 million more pounds of sugar annually from molasses.

Michigan Farmers Expect Good Yields Despite Drought

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Timely rain showers have been welcome news for many area producers.

Betaseed Hires New Sales Manager

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Betaseed announces the addition of Ryan Reuter to its sales group in the Western Sugar South area.

I-Feeder Improves Production with Precision Chemigation

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I-Feeder Technologies has grown to fill the need for both software and hardware in an integrated precision application.