Baise: EPA's new water definition would devastate business

There is "…overwhelming evidence that EPA's proposed WOTUS [Waters of the U.S.] rule would have a devastating impact on businesses of all sizes, States, and local governments without any real benefit to the environment,…" says the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. FULL STORY »

DHM Numbers: Cow culling; replacement prices

A weekly look at dairy cow slaughter totals and a recap of Pennsylvania and Missouri dairy cattle auctions are summarized FULL STORY »

Thursday’s CME Dairy Market Recap

The Class III market was unimpressed by the 2¢ rise in cheddar blocks. A mild sell-off ensued, and Oct – Mar contracts settled 5¢ to 11¢ lower. FULL STORY »

Cattle futures bucked the bearish ag market trend Thursday

Thursday’s corn export data was rather disappointing. Corn futures rose slightly Thursday morning despite the soy setback from Wednesday’s late highs. FULL STORY »

Drought wars: Calif. drought vs. Dust Bowl

More than 80 percent of California is stuck in extreme or worse drought, thanks to a weather pattern reminiscent of one of North America’s worst droughts. FULL STORY »

Thursday's export data had mixed crop market implications

Thursday’s corn export data was rather disappointing. Corn futures rose slightly despite the early soy setback from Wednesday’s late highs. FULL STORY »

Corn drydown: Mother Nature losing steam

With corn grain stubbornly retaining moisture in the field, growers will have to decide whether to trade some yield losses by allowing the crop to dry in the field, or add the costs of mechanical drying. FULL STORY »

IDFA urges vouchers under Dairy Product Donation Program

The International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) urged USDA to use a voucher system when implementing the Dairy Product Donation Program (DPDP). IDFA’s recommendations came during a public comment period on the Margin Protection Program for Dairy (MPP-Dairy) and DPDP, programs established by the 2014 Farm Bill. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: A mid-week pop to the upside

The mid-week pop to the upside marked the third consecutive higher close for the Class III market. Steady upticks in the cash cheese market have worked to keep prices buoyant above $2.00/lb. FULL STORY »

As debate rages, GMO labeling votes loom in Oregon, Colorado

With less than a week before voters in two U.S. states weigh measures to require labeling of foods made with genetically modified ingredients, labeling supporters were hoping for victory but planning for defeat. FULL STORY »

Businesses urge Obama to fast-track Asian trade deal

U.S. businesses urged President Barack Obama on Wednesday to make a case for fast-track authority on trade agreements before his upcoming trip to Asia, which is seen as an opportunity to push a Pacific trade deal. FULL STORY »

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