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Farm Bill Talks Remain at a Crawl

House and Senate agriculture leaders haven’t had any major breakthroughs as they head into a crucial week for meeting their goal of passing a farm bill by Sept. 30....
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Flooding Swamps Upper Midwest Harvest

Forecasts for heavy rain in the Upper Midwest for the final days of the official 2018 summer season have been verified -- and the result is not favorable for harvest....
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U.S. Farm Debt Continues Its Upward March

With farm income having dropped and continuing to decline, there is beginning to be more attention paid to the level of debt in the U.S. farm sector....
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North Carolina Ag Hit Hard

With rainfall totals in parts of North Carolina reaching as much as 36 inches since Thursday due to Hurricane Florence, a big chunk of rural North Carolina was largely marooned Monday....
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Farm Bill Perspective From Ranking Member Peterson

Farm Bill Perspective From Ranking Member Peterson

Today’s update includes perspective on the status of the Farm Bill legislation from Rep. Collin Peterson, as well as other recent news items discussing the Conference Committee’s progress.
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Farmers Worry Bailout Won't Be Enough

Farmers across the United States will soon begin receiving government checks as part of a billion-dollar bailout to buoy growers experiencing financial strain from President Donald Trump’s trade disputes with China....
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Little Protection Exists for Midwest Farmland

Since 1992, nearly 31 million acres of farmland have been developed for residential use around urban centers and rural communities, according to American Farmland Trust’s latest report....
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Ag Losses Continue to Rise in the Carolinas from Florence

Hurricane Florence is testing the resolve of farmers in the Carolinas, who could face billions of dollars in agricultural damage while still feeling the sting from Hurricane Matthew almost two years ago....
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House Ag Committee Ranking Member Collin Peterson explained on Friday, “We’ve made very good progress this week. We’ve had a number of calls. Right now we’re waiting on scores on a couple of things. And that’s kind of what held us up yesterday afternoon, because we don’t have these couple of things that were put on the table by Chairman Conaway, I guess it was Tuesday, which get us, in my opinion, in the range of getting this thing done."
ProAg is a proud sponsor of this year’s Southwest Council of Agribusiness meeting in Lubbock, TX. Congressman Mike Conaway, Chairman of the House Ag Committee was interviewed by Tom Sell of Combest, Sell & Associates, LLC this morning discussing the future of the Farm Bill with the attendees. #FarmBill2018 #LetUsProtectYou
After the Operational Planning Meeting in the Kansas City Metro office was completed yesterday, here are some Tick Tock Escape Games escapades with some members of the ProAg Underwriting, Operations and Claims team! Did they make it out of the pyramid? #workhardplayhard #peopleofproag
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They’ve been used to detect drugs, bombs and bugs. Now a team of specially trained dogs will put their wet noses to work in California, sniffing out a fatal citrus disease with the potential to cripple the state’s $3.4 billion citrus industry.
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