. i'm tyne morgan, and here's what we're working on for you over the next hour. bayer and monsanto are at it again, upping the ante, entering into round 3 of major merger. as farmers face the grim reality of e's no question there's going to be red ink> our farm journal report talks to one ag banker who has advice on how farmers can pull through. and in john's world...
senate gop leader mitch mcconnell said last month that t-p-p would not get a vote in
the wave of ag mergers currently on the table. it was a full house as executives from bayer, monsanto, syngenta, dow and dupont defended the mergers, calling it a win for farmers. but not everyone saw it this way. iowa senator chuck grassley says he fears the mergers will further wers ceo chris novak, who says says ncga believe true competition isn't just based on number of plyayers, but on evenly matched companies fighting for market share. we do believe consolidation is compounded by the regulatory barriers facing agriculture. domestic regulatory hurdles and delays in international approvals represent signifiant barriers in markets that are slowing innovation and driving up costs. report. the senate slamming epa over it's waters of the u-s rule. in a report rleased this week, the u-s senate committee on environment and public works says case studies show these regulatrions show the most extreme overreaches of a federal authority. one case study from 2014 showed the corps used soil surveys and google earth aerial photos to claim the landowner destroyed ephemeral, or short-lived, drai
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