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More changes coming to livestock markets, says CME Group
More changes coming to livestock markets, says CME Group

Trading hours to be trimmed pending CFTC approval

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Tree-killing bug found on University of Iowa campus
Tree-killing bug found on University of Iowa campus

Nearly a third of all Iowa counties now infested with invasive insect

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Bird flu sent egg prices skyrocketing
Bird flu sent egg prices skyrocketing

Thanks, Bird Flu! In third quarter of 2015, egg prices were nearly 21% higher than the previous quarter

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Two deer in Allamakee County test positive for fatal disease
Two deer in Allamakee County test positive for fatal disease

This is the third case in Allamakee county in three years

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Americans expected to eat more wings this Super Bowl than ever before
Americans expected to eat more wings this Super Bowl than ever before

National Chicken Council predicts Panthers’ victory based on the number of wings Charlotte ate during the playoffs

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Livestock antibiotics restrictions could actually increase revenue
Livestock antibiotics restrictions could actually increase revenue

Wholesale prices, naturally, would increase under FDA's restrictions

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Officials split over whether cotton can be declared an oilseed
Officials split over whether cotton can be declared an oilseed

Vilsack says no, but the House Ag Chair and cotton industry say yes

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China OKs Monsanto’s new Roundup Ready soybeans, but there's a catch
China OKs Monsanto’s new Roundup Ready soybeans, but there's a catch

Monsanto is still waiting on EPA approval

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New survey takes snapshot of Iowa’s fruit and veggie growers
New survey takes snapshot of Iowa’s fruit and veggie growers

That snapshot will take about ten months to develop, with survey results available in December

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Farmer gets 11 years in federal prison for crop fraud scheme
Farmer gets 11 years in federal prison for crop fraud scheme

In addition to a prison sentence, the farmer must back back more than $2.5 million to feds and a local bank

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