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Soybean crush, biodiesel facility aims to transform northwest Minnesota’s ag economy Funding for a soybean crush and biodiesel facility in Crookston is no longer a pipe dream for Minnesota agriculture. This week, the Minnesota Legislature approved $5 million in funding…


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Representatives Collin C. Peterson (D-MN) and Dusty Johnson (R-SD) and the co-chairs of the Congressional Biofuels Caucus introduced the Renewable Fuel Standard Integrity Act of 2019, which establishes an annual June 1 deadline for refineries to submit small refinery exemption…


With a special session expected, the Minnesota Soybean Growers Association (MSGA) is hopeful the final details of the agriculture portion of Minnesota’s biennium budget will prove favorable to Minnesota farmers. “There are still loose ends to tie up, but we…


The Minnesota Soybean Growers Association (MSGA) appreciates the Trump administration recognizing that the nation’s soybean growers are bearing the brunt of a prolonged trade war that has disrupted soybean markets and caused extensive financial stress to farmers. But the clock…


Congressman Jim Hagedorn, who represents one of the largest agriculture districts in the country, joined three Minnesota congressional colleagues on Friday by signing onto the Biodiesel Tax Credit Extension of 2019. “We are grateful to Congressman Hagedorn for his support…


Congressman Tom Emmer, who represents Minnesota’s Sixth District, joined Rep. Angie Craig and Rep. Collin Peterson this week by signing onto the Biodiesel Tax Credit Extension of 2019. “We appreciate Congressman Emmer for supporting farmers in his district and throughout…


Andy Pulk and his wife, Heidi, are taking their leadership training to the next level after being selected for Phase III of the American Soybean Association (ASA) Corteva Agriscience Young Leader Program, despite having to miss Phase II due to…


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In what could easily be described as “worst case” for America’s soybean growers, the Trump administration has confirmed what the industry has feared for months: Heavier tariffs on Chinese goods are planned for Friday, May 10. “This is a predicament…