Jeff Beach


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Jeff Beach writes for Agweek magazine and primarily from his home in Moorhead, Minnesota.
Carbon capture pipeline projects is one of his focus areas.

The companies behind carbon capture pipelines say the projects are necessary to sustain ethanol and the ag economy. But are they?
Congress has experienced a lot of turnover since the last farm bill was passed, and Reps. Brad Finstad and Michelle Fischbach are among the new lawmakers gearing up for their first bill.
Under House Bill 1371, feedlots or dairies could partner with a corporation and no longer fall under the definition of farming and ranching.
Carbon pipeline opponents tried to limit the use of eminent domain for the pipeline projects, which would capture carbon from ethanol plants.
A change in state law will allow the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council to provide grants to the North Dakota Corn Growers Association.
The Minnesota Board of Animal Health selected Dr. Marion Garcia in 2022. The board will seek a new state veterinarian and executive director.
Derechos and other severe weather are having a more long-term and widespread effect – driving up insurance rates or limiting the amount of coverage property owners can get.
The North Dakota Public Service Commission on Tuesday, March 28, 2023, met in Gwinner, North Dakota, for its second hearing on the Summit Carbon Solutions' Midwest Carbon Express pipeline.
Summit Carbon Solutions says it now has secured about 70% of the right-of-way needs in North Dakota for what it calls the world’s biggest carbon capture and storage project.
Minnesota dairy farmer Steve Schlangen and beef producer Don Schiefelbein say farmers need to be involved in environmental policy, even if they don't buy into all the climate change theories.