Today’s quick hits, Nov. 9, 2020

Six House Ag races undecided: Democrats on the Agriculture Committee accounted for six of the 24 undecided House races as of Sunday night; Tom O’Halleran of Arizona, Kim Schrier of Washington State and Antonio Delgado and Sean Patrick Maloney of New York State were leading, while T.J. Cox of California and Anthony Brindisi of New York trailed. (FERN’s Ag Insider)

Potential risk of famine in four countries: Parts of four countries — Burkina Faso, South Sudan, Yemen and northeastern Nigeria — could slip into famine due to the combination of armed conflict, economic decline, extreme weather and the pandemic. (FAO-WFP)

Cut greenhouse gases from food production: A new study shows that reducing greenhouse gas emissions from food production, which generate 30 percent of global emissions, is crucial to limiting global warming. (New York Times)

More time asked in ethanol case: The EPA asked for more time to reply to a request by oil refiners for the Supreme Court to review a ruling that greatly limits the agency’s power to issue exemptions from Renewable Fuel Standard. (DTN/Progressive Farmer)

Deadline nears for fisherman aid: Monday is the deadline for fishermen, aquaculturists and seafood dealers and processors to apply for coronavirus aid, said the Maine Department of Marine Resources. (Associated Press)