U.S. District Judge Maryellen Noreika in Delaware on Friday ruled that
privately held U.S. Sugar Corp. can move ahead with its acquisition of Imperial
Sugar Co. from Louis Dreyfus Co. The Department of Justice sued last year to
block the merger.
BDOJ Loses Case to Stop Sugar Co. Sale
EPA pulled away from an interim decision on glyphosate in a legal case in
the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. The agency said it will focus
on a review of the Roundup ingredient and expects to complete the process by
BEPA Withdraws From Roundup Court Battle
A California county board of supervisors voted to prohibit wild cow
milking events at rodeos but took out language in the ordinance that would have
potentially limited, or banned, use of equipment such as ropes, straps and
BRodeo Event Banned in California
Dryness boosted by La Nina continues to deny drought recovery in much of
the lower 48 states this fall season.
$Ag Weather Forum
USDA Undersecretary Robert Bonnie made a stop in Missouri on Wednesday to
discuss how a $95 million project will help create a market for climate-smart
commodities while increasing cover crop acres.
BCover Crops Project in the Spotlight