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” starring Daniel Day-Lewis.April 20,The NDSU Agriculture Collective organization sponsored the panel during its "Ag Week" observanceD. said trade was one of his top concerns"I don’t think we’ve seen the kind of response in the market that I would have expected from the amount of rhetoric" Peterson saidImmigrationWogsland said the proposed wall between the US and Canada or Mexico is "absurd" and a "waste of taxpayer dollars" and threatens the nation’s biggest agricultural trading partners Wogsland said US Grains Council officials have reported that Mexico is talking about importing up to 20 percent of its corn from South America next year instead of getting 100 percent from the US"Those are the kinds of wars we don’t want to get into and trying to build walls — for every wall we build they’re going to find two or three ways around it" he saidDaryl Lies president of the North Dakota Farm Bureau said the US has to "look at why we’re incentivizing our citizens not to work" and evaluate entitlement programs He said North Dakota uses the H2A program help bring South Africans to the US for temporary or seasonal workAgriculture secretaryMost panel members are impressed with the nomination of George Ervin "Sonny" Perdue III the former Georgia governor who is expected to be approved as secretary of agriculture Wogsland said the USDA isn’t fully functioning without a secretary Lies said Perdue’s delayed approval affects dozens of other appointees in the department He said his credentials as a doctor of veterinary medicine who owns a grain buying business makes him a likely winner for agricultureLies said he thinks Perdue will do a "cleaning out" of the USDA’s Animal Plant Health Inspection Service He hopes Perdue "gets rid of the radicals and we get back to common sense animal regulation and standards"RegulationWogsland said his wheat barley and soybean counterparts have offered candidates for regulations that could be cut as Trump implements his "two-for-one" policy which sets out a standard that for every regulation added two must be eliminatedLies said Trump’s scrapping of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Waters of the United States orders was a big victory He said both WOTUS and the Clean Power Plan would have "killed animal agriculture"Peterson said the regulatory costs have doubled for bringing biotech products to market and that’s a "big big deal" for agriculture He said herbicide regulations have been "flipped" to presume the presence of endangered species even before they’re proven"Those kinds of absurdities are a huge cost on the economy" Peterson saidBudgetsFederal agricultural research budgets so far aren’t among the budget cuts being proposed by Trump Wogsland said He said cutting budgets at the National Agricultural Statistics Service may be unwise because those numbers are the basis for making Title I farm program paymentsPeterson said it may be important to review how NASS handles its information now"They can’t roll up those county-by-county corn (yield) data numbers before February" he said "I don’t know if that is a budget issue but it certainly is an efficiency issue It might argue for more money being spent or being spent differently"EnergyWogsland said production agriculture and processing is a big user of energy so Trump policies that won’t make energy "more expensive for our consumers is a good step in the right direction"Trump’s words supporting the Renewable Fuel Standard and ethanol don’t square with cabinet appointments that favor petroleum interests said Frayne Olson an NDSU Extension Service grain marketing specialist"At the end of the day everybody is trying to figure out what it all means" he said "Markets are very sensitive to those issues" he said "I think there are a lot of people around the world trying to get inside President Trump’s head and try to figure out what’s going on I don’t think anybody’s been able to do that yet"The agreement which went before a special meeting on Monday would sell 30 acres of North Dakota State University Research Extension Center land northwest of Dickinson for $135 million or $45000 per acre to the school district"This does put us forward in building the new middle school" board president Kris Fehr said "It answers a question for the public where the new middle school will be"Board members considered several sites around Dickinson before narrowing their choices for the future middle school down to three last fall including nearly 27 acres in the Pinecrest Addition in west Dickinson and a 118-acre tract of land west of State Avenue and south of 21st Street West However partly at the urging of the city the board decided to move forward with Extension Center’s land"These conversations with NDSU have been going on for approximately three-and-a-half years as we’ve tried to navigate the whole process of finding a site for the middle school" Superintendent Doug Sullivan said "For a variety of reasons the NDSU property is the most logical site for the location of the new middle school""I particularly appreciate his depth of knowledge,Y. and the staffing levels back in balance, has been on righting the ship, and what was spent.Prosecutor Joe Deters told reporters at Hamilton County prosecutors office in Ohio.

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