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  2. The U.S. Senate confirmed Stephen Vaden as the Department of Agriculture’s general counsel on Tuesday. Vaden was nominated by President Donald Trump to serve ...

  3. /CHICAGO (Reuters) - A ship named the Torrent is nearing the end of a 5,000-mile trip carrying soybeans from the U.S. Great Lakes to Argentina - a journey that only makes ...

  4. /CHICAGO (Reuters) - A ship named the Torrent is nearing the end of a 5,000-mile trip carrying soybeans from the U.S. Great Lakes to Argentina - a journey that only makes ...

  5. The agreement, expected to be signed within days, would simultaneously open beef imports to...the agreement would allow Argentina to show other prospective buyers that its meat is healthy enough ...

  6. Penny for your corn? Stingy trade-war aid irks U.S. farmers

    Reuters via Yahoo FinanceNov 28 13:55 PM

    Rob Sharkey, an Illinois farmer, hopes his corn trade aid check will be big enough for that margarita machine...harvested this fall, though the government could soon decide to apply more aid ...

  7. Farm Bill deal 'very close,' U.S. senators say

    Reuters via Yahoo FinanceNov 28 20:28 PM

    U.S. lawmakers are very close to reaching a consensus in days on the Farm Bill, two senior senators said on Wednesday, after months of bitter partisan debate over the legislation ...

  8. s first meagre purchase of U.S. soybeans since its trade war with the United States began in July and said they hoped for, but could not guarantee, more to come. The U ...

  9. Representative Ralph Abraham said his bill would allow the $12 billion in farm aid payments to be made based on "planted acres" instead of "harvested acres." With China not buying U ...

  10. Plus: Facebook's hired a top US Justice Department antitrust lawyer, and scroll down for our regular installment of Who Got the Work. As the U.S. Treasury Department ...

  11. Former AG Lynch Backed by Ted Wells Amid Congressional Subpoena

    ALM Media via Yahoo FinanceNov 28 15:55 PM

    The news, confirmed by Lynch’s spokesman, comes after the panel’s Republicans subpoenaed her to appear for a closed-door deposition as part of their inquiry into federal law enforcement ...