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Farm Equipment Transportation Rules Passed in Nebraska Legislature

Farm equipment dealers have more shipping options under a bill passed by senators April 10. LB1039, introduced by Fullerton Sen. Annette Dubas, allows farm equipment dealers to designate commercial haulers as their agents when moving their equipment. Haulers are required to carry documentation signed by the dealers identifying them as dealer representatives.
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Implements of Husbandry Bill Passes Wisconsin Assembly

The bill, authored by state Rep. Keith Ripp, R-Lodi, and state Sen. Jerry Petrowski, R-Marathon, extends weight limits from a maximum single axle weight of 20,000 pounds to 23,000 and the maximum gross vehicle weight would go from 80,000 to 92,000 pounds.
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Implements of Husbandry Legislation in Wisconsin Update: Alternative Bill Introduced

The snow is starting to melt; the days of the current legislative session are winding down; and farmers are thinking of getting into their fields. But there are a couple of other things most likely on their minds, things like getting manure storage facilities emptied and those portable scales that about half a dozen counties have ordered.
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OSU Farm Policy Expert: Not Surprising Farm Bill Expired Before New Bill Passed

The 2008 Farm Bill expired this week, a move that was not unexpected by many in the industry, an Ohio State University farm policy expert said. It's not surprising the 2012 Farm Bill didn't pass before the current farm bill expired in such a politically divided Congress, which in turn reflects a divided country and a divided farm bill constituency, said Carl Zulauf, an agricultural economics professor at Ohio State and a farm policy expert.
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