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Sorghum Notes

Sep 14

Sorghum Notes | September 14, 2017

SORGHUM E-Notes September 14, 2017 NATIONAL SORGHUM PRODUCERS: the voice of the sorghum industry NSP Hires New Relationship Manager Christi Stulp has joined the National Sorghum Producers staff as relationship manager. Stulp will lead the efforts of the Industry Partner and Elevator-Member programs. Stulp joins NSP after having spent the last nine years farming with […]

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Sep 7

Sorghum Notes | September 7, 2017

SORGHUM E-Notes September 7, 2017 NATIONAL SORGHUM PRODUCERS: the voice of the sorghum industry NSP Chairman Testifies at Nebraska Farm Bill Listening Session Trade and crop insurance improvements were among the many issues discussed at a farm bill listening session held at the Nebraska State Fair September 1. Nebraska’s Congressional delegation gathered to hear input on […]

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Aug 31

Sorghum Notes | August 31, 2017

SORGHUM E-Notes August 31, 2017 NATIONAL SORGHUM PRODUCERS: the voice of the sorghum industry Hurricane Harvey Wreaks Havoc on Agriculture Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas Gulf Coast and parts of Louisiana hard this week, wreaking havoc on people, homes, businesses and farms. President Donald Trump visited Corpus Christi, Texas, and Austin on Tuesday for briefings with […]

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Aug 24

Sorghum Notes | August 24, 2017

SORGHUM E-Notes August 24, 2017 NATIONAL SORGHUM PRODUCERS: the voice of the sorghum industry WOTUS Comment Period Extended The public comment period deadline on the Waters of the United States rule has been extended to September 27. The flawed WOTUS rule, which threatened the livelihood of farmers and ranchers all across the nation, was halted by both […]

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Aug 17

Sorghum Notes | August 17, 2017

SORGHUM E-Notes August 10, 2017 NATIONAL SORGHUM PRODUCERS: the voice of the sorghum industry First Round of NAFTA Negotiations Begin  Trade representatives from Canada, Mexico and the U.S. are in D.C. this week for the first round of renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement. The second round is scheduled for early September in Mexico. […]

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Aug 10

Sorghum Notes | August 10, 2017

SORGHUM E-Notes August 10, 2017 NATIONAL SORGHUM PRODUCERS: the voice of the sorghum industry House Looks to Debate Ag Spending Bill in September The House Rules Committee announced Monday a plan to debate the final eight remaining fiscal 2018 appropriations bills, including agriculture, in a single package upon return from the August recess. House Rules Chairman […]

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Aug 3

Sorghum Notes | August 3, 2017

SORGHUM E-Notes August 3, 2017 NATIONAL SORGHUM PRODUCERS: the voice of the sorghum industry House in Recess, Senate still in Session The House has started their August recess, but due to healthcare debate delays, the Senate is scheduled to remain in session until mid-August. Though in recess, the House Ag Committee will continue hosting farm […]

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Jul 27

Sorghum Notes | July 27, 2017

SORGHUM E-Notes July 27, 2017 NATIONAL SORGHUM PRODUCERS: the voice of the sorghum industry NSP Vice Chair Dan Atkisson Testifies at Senate Agriculture Committee Hearing Dan Atkisson, National Sorghum Producers vice chair and Legislative Committee chair, testified Tuesday at the Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee hearing titled Commodities, Credit and Crop Insurance: Perspectives on […]

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Jul 20

Sorghum Notes | July 20, 2017

SORGHUM E-Notes July 20, 2017 NATIONAL SORGHUM PRODUCERS: the voice of the sorghum industry House Budget Committee Passes FY2018 Budget Resolution out of Committee The House Budget Committee worked late into Wednesday night on the mark up of the Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Resolution, which ended in an unanimous vote to pass the budget resolution. […]

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Jul 14

Sorghum Notes | July 13, 2017

SORGHUM E-Notes July 13, 2017 NATIONAL SORGHUM PRODUCERS: the voice of the sorghum industry Agriculture Spending Bill Advanced to House Floor The House Appropriations Committee advanced the fiscal year 2018 agriculture spending bill to the House floor by a voice vote yesterday. The bill provides $20 billion in discretionary spending programs at the United States Department […]

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