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Friday Sep 04, 2015 - Ethanol plant closing could impact markets
Jerry Purvis

http://www.geringcitizen.com/articles.php?ID=7779&Ti
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Friday Sep 04, 2015 - Solving transportation bottlenecks
by Susan Reidy

http://www.world-grain.com/News/News%20Home/Features/2015/9/Solving%20transportation%20bottlenecks.aspx?cck=1

The transportation nightmares faced by the U.S. agriculture industry last year are mostly a distant memory, but ensuring they stay that way will require an investment in rail, inland waterways and highways.

A bumper 2013 harvest and

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Thursday Sep 03, 2015 - BE WARY ABOUT WHAT YOU’RE SIGNING UP FOR, TRUCKING TOLD
By: Brad Gardner

http://www.ownerdriver.com.au/industry-news/1508/be-wary-about-what-you-are-signing-up-for-trucking-told/

Companies high up the supply chain will try and dump all responsibilities for on-road compliance on trucking operators, according to a specialist transport lawyer, prompting a warning to the industry to pay close attention when signing contracts.

Gillian Bristow from Cooper Grace Ward says many customers use written contracts to ensure compliance w

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Thursday Sep 03, 2015 - Trucking gas a better solution than building a pipeline

By Bobbie Carnwath



People in Addison County are beginning to notice increased truck traffic onour roads, particularly on the sleek new bridge that arches across LakeChamplain. People are grumbling about the number of trucks hauling compressednatural gas (CNG) to International Paper (IP), questioning the safety offlammables i

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Thursday Sep 03, 2015 - TASFREIGHT TRUCK DRIVER SACKED FOR REFUSING TO LOAD HIS RIG
By: Brad Gardner

A truck driver in Tasmania has been shown the door after refusing to follow an order to load his rig and deliver it to the west coast of the state.

TasFreight sacked Shane Adams in April this year for serious misconduct, saying his refusal to follow instructions from his supervisor warranted summary dismissal.

Adams launched an unfair dismissal claim, but the Fair Work Commission (FWC) found that TasFreight was within its rights to give him the flick

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Wednesday Sep 02, 2015 - Two killed while unloading a dual hopper grain trailer in southwest Saskatchewan
CANADIAN PRESS

BURSTALL, Sask. -- Mounties say a man and a teenager have died while unloading grain in southwestern Saskatchewan.

RCMP say it happened on Monday at a farm about 16 kilometres east of Burstall, a small community near the Alberta-Saskatchewan boundary.

Police say a 62-year-old man and 14-year-old boy, both from the Burstall area, died they emptied a dual hopper semi-grain trailer.

The two victims are related, but police are not saying how.

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Wednesday Sep 02, 2015 - US diesel prices hit six-year low as oil prices rally
http://www.joc.com/trucking-logistics/truckload-freight/us-diesel-prices-hit-six-year-low-oil-prices-rally_20150901.html

Truck drivers buying fuel in the U.S. must think they’ve found an exit ramp to 2009. At $2.514 per gallon, t

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Tuesday Sep 01, 2015 - Farmers: Trump 'terrible for agriculture'
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http://www.politico.com/story/2015/09/donald-trump-2016-farmers-fear-argriculture-213201

Even before real-estate mogul Donald Trump called undocumented immigrants "rapists and murderers" who "have to go," California contractor

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Tuesday Sep 01, 2015 - Great Bend, Garden City selected as finalists for shipping hubs
Managing Editor dhogg@gbtribune.com

http://www.gbtribune.com/section/69/article/88225/