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The National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) and the American Soybean Association (ASA) announce the National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) will join the Commodity Classic in 2007. ASA President Bob Metz said, "With the addition of NAWG to Commodity Classic, the best agricultural trade show in the country just got better, and our three organizations just got stronger."
NAWG President Dale Schuler. "This partnership will benefit us all, as we have many interests in common with corn and soybeans, including farm policy, trade and renewable energy.

At least 8,000 cattle producers will be surveyed on their attitudes about the beef checkoff as part of the settlement of the lawsuit challenging the checkoff that reached the U.S. Supreme Court.
The largest single-attitude survey ever done on the checkoff was agreed to by the plaintiffs: the Livestock Marketing Association and the Western Organization of Resource Councils, and the defendants: the U.S. Department of Justice representing the Cattlemen's Beef Board and the Nebraska Cattlemen's Association.

The United Soybean Board (USB), St. Louis, MO, awarded its highest recognition, the "Outstanding Achievement Award" to the John Deere Company for its Biodiesel Factory-Fill Program.
One year ago John Deere announced its plans to use a 2 percent blend of biodiesel fuel (B2) as the preferred factory-fill in diesel-powered, self-propelled machines made in the U.S. During its first year, John Deere's factory-fill program used more than one million gallons of biodiesel fuel.

Representatives of more than 70 organizations and businesses announce their support for the 25x'25 renewable energy vision at the second annual National Ag and Forestry Renewable Energy Summit.
This impressive array of agricultural, forestry and environmental groups all have endorsed the 25x'25 vision: that by the year 2025, America's working lands will provide 25 percent of the energy consumed in the U.S.
"This is an ambitious goal, but one that makes sense for our nation's energy security, for the economy and for the environment," says William Richards, a Circleville, OH, farmer and co-chair of the 25x'25 Steering Committee. "The time is right to embrace a bold energy vision and chart a new course, securing a better future for our children and grandchildren."
A few of the organizations endorsing the program include: the American Farm Bureau Federation, American Agri-Women, the American Soybean Assn, CropLife America, Deere & Co., Environmental Defense, Independent Community Bankers of America, National Assn of State Departments of Agriculture, National Assn of Wheat Growers, National Corn Growers Assn, National Sorghum Producers, and the Natural Resources Defense Council. AM

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