Frustration growing over EPA’s pesticide actions
Agricultural groups sue EPA over agency’s ignoring of science and safety findings in recent regulatory actions.
Court returns gray wolf to endangered species list
Ag groups see gray wolf ruling blow to Endangered Species Act goals.
FFA Tribute: Katie Zimmer
The FFA Chapter Tribute goes to Katie Zimmer, Wisconsin FFA vice president.
Katie is excited for the upcoming FFA week, and meeting with local chapters, holding virtual game nights and more. She's looking forward to banquets and celebrating achievem
This Week in Agribusiness, Feb. 12, 2022
Women in science, WASDE numbers, fertilizer challenges, electric vehicles and a special flag are featured topics this week.
Price, profitability drive sorghum planting decisions
Sorghum pricing plus lower production costs equal an unprecedented profit situation at hand.
Pork stars on global stage
Hog Outlook: Maintaining current markets and entering new countries keeps demand strong for U.S. pork.
From test bed to 18-wheeler
The ClearFlame ethanol-powered big rig is ready to roll for on-road testing. More opportunities are available.
International team to research climate-resilient wheat
The $15 million, 22-institution project will also train plant breeders for the future.
SMARTFARM offers carbon solutions
SMARTFARM initiative includes developing monitoring technologies to quantify GHG emissions due to biofuel feedstock production and carbon management.
Farm Progress America, February 14, 2022
Max Armstrong reports on changes in Congress that could impact work on the next farm bill.