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Maybe a genetic disorder is preventing you from getting in the tractor. Or maybe you’re getting older and can’t do all the things you used to do. Michigan AgrAbility supplies the services to keep farmers farming, but their partnership with...
The USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) seized and destroyed more than 1,900 pounds of prohibited pork, poultry, and ruminant products from New York City-area retailers. APHIS says the items came from China, lacked the required import permits...
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is reversing decades of practice in an attempt to further the Agency’s compliance with the Endangered Species Act when evaluating new pesticides and ingredients. In the new policy, EPA will evaluate the potential effects of...
When Mary Rottschaffer purchased an old dairy farm in the mid-80s, she had no idea that nearly 40 years later, that farm would help educate more than 100,000 individuals. Students all over the state have been learning about farm animals...
It’s hard to predict the future, but there are several concerns for the ag economy in the months ahead. The macro-economy is the biggest area of interest, says David Widmar, ag economist with Agricultural Economic Insights. How things play...

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