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Carbon America Plans CCS Projects at 2 Colorado Ethanol Plants

Carbon America is the first vertically integrated carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) super developer. They announced two agreements with Sterling Ethanol LLC and Yuma Ethanol LLC. Will develop CCS projects at two Colorado ethanol production facilities that will capture and store 95 percent of the carbon dioxide emissions per year from the fermentation process. Carbon …

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Navigator CO2, Big River Announce CCUS Agreement

Navigator CO2 Ventures LLC announced today a long-term agreement with Big River Resources LLC and Big River United Energy LLC to provide turnkey carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) services on Navigator’s Heartland Greenway system, to capture, transport and utilize or permanently store CO2 from three Big River ethanol biorefineries located in West Burlington, Iowa; Dyersville, Iowa; …

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What is Business Intelligence

Business intelligence is a term that covers the processes and methods of collecting, storing, and analyzing data from business operations or activities to optimize performance. All disparate information comes together to create a comprehensive view of a business to help people make better, actionable decisions. Over the past few years, business intelligence has evolved to …

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What about BEANS

The search for additional food protein brings dry beans to the forefront. More than just a meat substitute, beans are so nutritious that the latest dietary guidelines recommend we triple our current intake from 1 to 3 cups per week. What makes beans so good for us? Here’s what the experts have to say: Chronic …

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What is a Carbon Footprint

A carbon footprint is the total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions caused by an individual, event, organization, service, place or product, expressed as carbon dioxide equivalent. Greenhouse gases, including the carbon-containing gases carbon dioxide and methane, can be emitted through the burning of fossil fuels, land clearance and the production and consumption of food, manufactured goods, …

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NAWG Responds to the State of the Union

Washington, D.C. (February 7, 2023) — Tonight, President Joseph Biden delivered his second State of the Union remarks to Congress. NAWG CEO, Chandler Goule, provide the following statement in response:

“While the President addressed many issues of importance to the American people – like inflation, food prices, and food security – we are eager to hear more about agricultural and trade-related policies. In December, we were pleased to see the Senate finally take action and confirm two key trade positions. We are now eager to see a more trade-focused approach that works to develop, maintain, and expand international markets that keep American wheat producers in a strong position. With the 118th Congress having since convened, Farm Bill reauthorization is on many farmers’ minds.”

“Last week, wheat growers from across the country were in Washington, D.C., where they met with over 130 Congressional offices as we head into a Farm Bill year. We are disappointed President Biden didn’t use the opportunity to highlight this historically bipartisan legislative effort. Although the 2018 Farm Bill was a genuinely bipartisan endeavor, it is unfortunate he did not focus more of his remarks on this call to action to encourage cross-party unity and bridge the urban-rural divide. As Congress works to reauthorize the Farm Bill this year, continued improvements, stability, and certainty are needed to maintain a functional farm safety net.”

“As we move into this new Congress, NAWG looks forward to continuing to work with the Administration and Congress on ways to improve the livelihood of the American wheat farmer.”

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Consumers have spent more on food in 2022 than in 2019, even when adjusted for inflation

Real, or inflation-adjusted, monthly food spending in the United States has increased in 2022 as compared to the same period in 2019, before the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Inflation-adjusted food spending measures the quantity of food spending after removing price increase effects.

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What effect do biofuels have on the environment?

This discussion has been going on for years and continues through today. Many articles have been written on the subject and most with a very slanted view depending on the author and the companies / institutions funding the study. One can assume the view of the article once you understand the investor in the article. Will there ever be a true scientific study that is reliable or are supposed science based articles up to the highest bidder. Where is our true scientific community today?

Food Traceability Challenge

Food safety and traceability continue to be growing concerns for customers. The FDA has results of its Food Traceability Challenge.

Purchasing food products online

As more consumers move to purchasing food products online the FDA is researching the best method of providing human and animal foods sold online directly to customers.

Internet security in Agribusiness

Internet security and continued diligence of staying current with threat protection tools is of the upmost importance in Agribusiness companies.

Ethanol production

Ethanol production in the US increases in September.

Internet security in Agribusiness

Internet security and continued diligence of staying current with threat protection tools is of the upmost importance in Agribusiness companies.

IRS audits

IRS audits may be on the rise, are you prepared?

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