Read this report from the University of Illinois as it examines the recent Crop Production report.
Read information and parallels about farming, commodity prices and Washington’s reaction.
Will cutting farm direct payments save as much as first appears? Read here to find out…
Read about the most recent meetings related to the 2012 Farm Bill
There were no surprises by the governments proposed budget cuts in the government programs. Read more here…
Read this article reflecting on the message Prince Charles delivered last week while addressing the Future for Food Conference held at Georgetown University. Washington, DC(www.thehandthatfeedsUS.com) Attendees of the Future for Food Conference that took place last week at Georgetown University were in for the royal treatment when Prince Charles took [...]
Listen to these two reports outlining the work the U.S. has to do to make the Panama Canal and transportation issues viable for U.S. ports. Moving ag products depends on it.
More than networking at Annual Convention; ag economist talks risk management
Find out more about an upcoming seminar focused on the Governmental Budgt Crisis.
Donating property, such as grain, has better tax policy advantages than cash. Read more about it here.
Is the EPA really creating scenarios to hide information from the public? Read this article to find out.
President Bob Stallman has some thoughts and insights on the Colombia free trade agreement; read it here…
‘Between the Lines’ is written by Laurie Johns of the Iowa Farm Bureau. Her commentary in this article reminds us to listen, hear and understand what different people’s research says about the perceived contribution of agriculture to human health.
Archer Daniels Midland Company was ranked the world’s most admired company in the food production industry for the third consecutive year by Fortune magazine. Considered the definitive report card on corporate reputation, Fortune magazine’s annual list of the “World’s Most Admired Companies” ranks companies in a number of major industries.
Telling Agriculture’s Story- Farming has definitely changed from the “good old days” chronicled in the stories that our forefathers have passed down through the generations. Today’s farmers and ranchers, like everyone else, have learned to do more with less.
The National Pork Board, along with the National Pork Producers Council, co-hosted a wide-ranging environmental update and question-and-answer session titled “Environmental Sustainability Issues and Pork Producers,” prior to the opening of the National Pork Industry Forum in Phoenix.
It seems logical that the future of farming and ranching should be determined in large part by America’s farm and ranch families. Most of us would be quite satisfied because our nation’s farm and ranch families are doing a better job than any previous generation in producing food, fiber and fuel and conserving natural resources.