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China ends 13-year embargo, will allow import of U.S. beef
After a 13-year U.S. beef import embargo, China has agreed to reopen its borders as a result of recent negotiations with the Trump administration.
5/17/2017
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Comments due Friday on pesticide application rule
Discussions about two pesticide programs will impact farmers.
 
Implementation of the Certification and Training of Pesticide Applicators (C&T) rule has been extended 12 months. The U.S. EPA is requesting that public comments about the new effective date, May 22, 2018, be submitted by May 19, 2017.
5/17/2017
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Illinois farmers see next wave of higher property tax notices
Farmland owners throughout Illinois will again face a bit of sticker shock when they receive their latest property tax notices – the second wave of bills under a new assessment change designed to equalize what had become “unfair” tax treatment for different types of soil.
5/17/2017
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Ethanol market may rebound to benefit farmers
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Injuries always part of farm life
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Michigan Corn Growers offer a wish list for the next farm bill
5/17/2017
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WASDE soy outlook: High stocks, China’s still buying
High global stocks of grains and oilseeds will keep exports flowing at prices attractive to buyers, with higher imports expected for wheat and soybeans, according to the first USDA crop outlook for this season.
5/17/2017
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Bayer to sell Liberty brands in preparation for Monsanto buy
Pharmaceutical giant Bayer has announced it will divest from its Liberty brands crop science products in order to facilitate its acquisition of seed giant Monsanto Co.
5/17/2017
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Michigan growers hopeful as wet weather turns warm
Rainfall and cool temperatures continue to delay spring planting in Michigan, but warmer, drier weather is allowing farmers to get back in the fields and make good planting progress.
5/17/2017
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Illinois and Indiana farms playing planting catch-up
What began as an excellent start for most growers in the Midwest quickly turned into a sloppy mess for Illinois and Indiana farmers, as significant amounts of rain in late April and early May put some crops already in the ground at risk of disease.
5/17/2017
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