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AgDay Daily Recap -February 21, 2014

February 21, 2014
 
 

TODAY ON AGDAY

FEBRUARY 21, 2014

 

AG OUTLOOK:

GOOD MORNING I'M CLINTON GRIFFITHS. RECORD HIGH GRAIN PRICES MAY BE A THING OF THE PAST. THAT'S THE FORECAST COMING OUT OF THIS YEAR'S USDA AGRICULTURAL OUTLOOK FORUM GOING ON IN WASHINGTON D.C.

CENSUS OF AG:

WE'RE GETTING A SNAPSHOT THIS MORNING OF THE CHANGING FACE OF AMERICAN AGRICULTURE. THE AG DEPARTMENT RELEASED THE PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF THE 2012 CENSUS. IT'S CONDUCTED EVERY FIVE YEARS.

PESTICIDE SAFETY:

THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY IS PROPOSING SOME CHANGES TO RULES THAT PROTECT FARM WORKERS FROM PESTICIDE EXPOSURE.

XL PIPELINE:

IN WHAT MAY BE A DELAY IN THE KEYSTONE XL PIPELINE, A NEBRASKA JUDGE STRUCK DOWN A LAW ALLOWING THE PIPELINE TO PROCEED THROUGH THE STATE. THE JUDGE SAYING THE GOVERNOR'S APPROVAL OF THE ROUTE WAS BEYOND HIS AUTHORITY AND SHOULD HAVE BEEN MADE THE NEBRASKA PUBLIC SERVICE COMISSION.

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