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Is the Plant-based Beverage Trend Fading?

If you read the news much, you might think that dairy is dying as consumers switch to plant-based beverages that call themselves ‘milk’. The narrative...

Legislation Would Reduce Regulation on Trucking Industry

Legislation introduced last week would remove burdensome government regulations from the trucking industry, according to Senator Mike Rounds. The South Dakota Republican introduced the...

US Responds to Russia’s Threats to Scuttle Black Sea Grain Deal

The U.S. says Russia has no grounds to scuttle the Black Sea grain deal that has now freed up shipments of more than one...

Applications Open for the Rural High-Speed Internet Program

Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that USDA is accepting applications for its ReConnect Program loans and grants to expand access to high-speed internet for...

USDA Secretary Vilsack Hits Road to Promote ‘Inflation Reduction Act’

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack is traveling this week, promoting the Inflation Reduction Act that was passed by Democrats in the U.S. House...

USDA Starts Issuing Payments for Spot Market Hog Pandemic

The USDA is increasing the amount of funding available for the Spot Market Hog Pandemic Program and expects to issue approximately $62.8 million in...

USDA Says Rising Food Prices Could Ease in 2023

The all-items Consumer Price Index increased 1.4 percent from May to June and is 9.1 percent higher than in June of last year. USDA...

Ag Land Market Will Be Active During the Fall

Early indications are suggesting that land auction activity will be good both before and after the harvest in 2022. Farmers National Company says land sales...

Family Farms Still Driving Dairy Industry

The U.S. dairy industry says the “decline of the family farm” and the “rise of the corporate farm” are not accurate descriptions of American...

Number of US Farms Continues Slow Decline

New data released Tuesday from USDA’s Economic Research Service shows the number of U.S. farms continues to decline slowly. After peaking at 6.8 million farms...

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