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Lawmakers Seek USMCA Dispute Panel Over Mexico Corn Degree
A bipartisan coalition of Missouri lawmakers is one of many efforts pushing the Biden administration to respond to Mexico’s decree banning biotech corn imports.
Vilsack: No Compromise with Mexico on GMO Corn
Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack said there will be no compromise when it comes to the Mexican corn situation
October Pork Exports Largest in 16 Months
Recent reports show that October export numbers and pork reached a 16-month high.
Ethanol Industry Pushes for Last-Minute Year-Round E15 Bill
The ethanol, agriculture, and oil industries are pushing for last-minute, year-round E15 legislation before the lame-duck Congress ends.
House Votes to Avert Rail Strike After Fight Over Paid Sick Leave
The House voted (290-137) to avert a national rail strike.
Biden Wants Railroads to Settle Contract Disputes Themselves
President Biden wants rail unions and freight railroads to resolve their long-running contract dispute themselves, without saying publicly if he’ll intervene or ask Congress to do so.
River Boat Pilot Reveals Mississippi River Conditions [WATCH]
There’s no better way to get a first-hand look at the low water levels of the Mississippi River and the impacts on shipments than the pilot house of a river tow boat.
Hard to Tell When Farmland Prices Will Settle
Most of the land sales that reach higher prices get driven by farmer competition for the land.