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Dangerous Cold, Snow Forecast for Parts of Northern United States

12/17/2016

The arctic air that has chilled large swaths of the northern United States for days will culminate this weekend with dangerous cold in Montana and North Dakota as heavy snow falls in other parts of the country, officials said.

Cold Spell Seen Threatening Winter Wheat in U.S. Plains, Midwest

12/17/2016

Frigid temperatures are expected in the U.S. Plains and Midwest in the coming days, and roughly 20 percent of the Plains hard red winter wheat crop is vulnerable to damage, an agricultural meteorologist said on Friday.

Pricey Bison Burgers Get Even More Expensive on Supply Curbs

12/16/2016

Demand for grass-fed bison meat and burgers rising in the U.S.

C-C-C-COLD-D-D-D!

12/16/2016

Trump's Interior Pick is a Hunting and Outdoor Enthusiast

12/15/2016

President-elect Donald Trump has chosen Representative Ryan Zinke, a Republican who has bucked his party to protect public land, to lead the Interior Department that oversees recreation, energy development and other activities on roughly 20 percent of the U.S.

USDA Rules Would Aim to Protect Livestock, Poultry Producers

12/15/2016

A new rule form USDA could help or hurt farmers depending on your point-of-view.

USDA Rules Would Aim to Protect Livestock, Poultry Producers

12/15/2016

A new rule form USDA could help or hurt farmers depending on your point-of-view.

Conservatives Seek Ally in Trump in Western Land Disputes

12/14/2016

Conservatives hope that Donald Trump will help reduce government regulations on Western lands.

Midnight GIPSA Rule Under Scrutiny, Praised by Others

12/14/2016

A U.S. Department of Agriculture rule update occurring at midnight is being vilified for adding more regulatory costs and praised for protecting farmer rights.

Midnight GIPSA Rule Under Scrutiny, Praised by Others

12/14/2016

A U.S. Department of Agriculture rule update occurring at midnight is being vilified for adding more regulatory costs and praised for protecting farmer rights.

Midnight GIPSA Rule Under Scrutiny, Praised by Others

12/14/2016

A U.S. Department of Agriculture rule update occurring at midnight is being vilified for adding more regularity costs and praised for protecting farmer rights.

For Montana's Water Rights, a Radical and Likely Doomed Idea

12/13/2016

The bill would unwind Montana water law, a premise that virtually guarantees its failure at the Legislature. 

Farm Groups Look to Broaden Appeal for Nebraska Property Tax Reforms

12/13/2016

There is a proposal in Nebraska to help lower property taxes for land owners.

Polar Vortex Blasting U.S. Dealt a Short Life by Dueling Weather

12/13/2016

Polar Vortex Blasting U.S. Dealt a Short Life by Dueling Weather

Alfalfa Checkoff Begins in January

12/13/2016

The first-ever alfalfa checkoff, funded through a $1/bag assessment, will kick off in January. 

Chipotle's Ells Retakes Sole CEO Role After Crisis Roils Chain

12/13/2016

Company hasn’t rebounded from foodborne outbreaks last year.

Profit Tracker: Still in the Black

12/12/2016

Normally when profit margins decline $50-plus per head there’s no rejoicing. 

Judge Sides with Independent Beef Producers in Checkoff Case

12/12/2016

R-CALF has been ruled in favor against the USDA on the use of beef checkoff funds.

When Fat Equals Flavor, $260 Steaks Get a Diet Makeover in Japan

12/12/2016

Tweaking world’s most-expensive meat for health-focused buyers.

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