When Drift Hits Home

When dicamba damages trees, vegetables, fruits, flowers and other private property in rural communities, victims find little to no justice or compensation.


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House Sends Farm Bill to Conference

The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday voted to proceed to conference on the farm bill. House leadership also named conferees on the farm bill.


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China Stocked With Soymeal

Both soybean meal and soybean oil markets in China have remained relatively calm over the past two weeks after China started taxing U.S. soybeans with a 25% punitive tariff on July 6.


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RFS Testifiers Hammer on Waivers

Although the EPA made it clear it wasn't asking for testimony on the agency's small refinery waiver program in the Renewable Fuel Standard, farmers and biofuels producers called for changes anyway during a public hearing in Michigan on Wednesday.


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Kub's Den

Soybean prices are at nine-year lows in nominal terms, but 2008 was a long time ago and the value of a dollar changes from one timeframe to the next. In real inflation-adjusted terms, today's soybean values present a historically favorable buying opportunity.


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