This is the Agribusiness Update, I'm Susan Allen The largest coal terminal in North America, proposed for Cherry Point WA was killed Monday by The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, who sided with Northwest Tribes against terminal on the grounds that it could not grant a permit for a project that would infringe on the Lummi Nation's treaty-protected fishing rights. The developer, SSA Marine of Seattle, called the decision "inconceivable" and political, rather than fact-based. WSJ Reports Greely Colo-based Pilgrim's Pride Corp. is planning a major push into organic chicken production, aiming to capture the segment's fatter profits and rising sales following a tough patch for poultry firms. The move would make the meatpacking giant one of the largest producers of organic chicken in the U.S. and finally the Beef Check Off upsets producers. R-CALF USA has filed a lawsuit in Montana federal court, challenging USDA's oversight of the beef checkoff program. The lawsuit claims R-CALF members are forced to subsidize policies that they do not support. That's the Agribusiness Update; I'm Susan Allen.