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Agreement had been reached on a package of issues designed to streamline trade, allow developing countries more options for providing food security, boost least developed countries’ trade and help development more generally.
Barry Ward, production business management leader for Ohio State University Extension, has calculated some average breakeven prices for corn and soybeans based on input costs for 2014.
Transparency is crucial because the alternative is no longer an option in today’s information age. And the only question about transparency in today’s world is who will provide it. If the individual operation and industry doesn’t, activist groups will. And the odds are that we will be better served by shaping how the information is presented and released.
The package, which includes a modification of the severance tax based on actual well economics, would enhance the state’s regulatory framework, increase funding for the Ohio Geological Survey and address the issue of plugging idle and orphan wells from historical production.
This is the first time alternative fuels approved for jet engines and marine diesel engines will be available through regular procurement practices. The regular procurement process lowers barriers for alternative domestic fuel suppliers to do business with DOD, a USDA statement said.