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Company in Argentina is scrutinized over its practices.
Ag chief tells Minnesota farmers that a deal on tariffs was close in April, but it fell apart.
In Minnesota, soybean exports have sharply declined. Pork and other goods may soon halt.
After spring planting delay, growers need crop to stay in ground as long as possible.
Timothy Skidmore has been with the cooperative for six years.
The wet spring prevented Minnesota farmers from planting on vast areas, and insurance will cover only part of the lost revenue.
The half-built Mesabi Metallics taconite mine must resume pumping water to restore flow of Oxhide Creek.
International uncertainty, poor weather are blamed.
Producers got $681 million in trade war aid, with some skirting payment caps.
Higher temperatures and heavier precipitation have increased yields for corn and soybeans in much of Minnesota, Iowa and the Dakotas.