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Agriculture Deputy Secretary Jewel Bronaugh to Step Down

Agriculture Deputy Secretary Jewel Bronaugh announced Thursday her intention to step away from her role at USDA. Bronaugh says, “It is with mixed emotions that...

US, EU Sign Tariff Rate Quota Agreement

U.S. and European Union trade leaders Tuesday signed the U.S. – EU Tariff Rate Quota Agreement. The agreement, once implemented, will enable the United...

CNH Workers Say No to Proposed Contract

United Auto Workers at Case New Holland Plants in Burlington, Iowa, and Racine, Wisconsin, voted down a contract proposal on Saturday night that would...

Senate Confirms Taylor as USDA Under Secretary for Trade and Foreign...

The U.S. Senate confirmed former Oregon Department of Agriculture Director Alexis Taylor Wednesday as the new Under Secretary of Agriculture for Trade and Foreign...

Farm Bureau: Check the FCC’s Broadband Map for Accuracy

The Federal Communications Commission released the National Broadband Map in November. Emily Buckman, American Farm Bureau Federation Government Affairs Director, says the new map...

US House Votes to Avert Rail Strike After Fight Over Paid...

The House voted 290-137 on Wednesday to avert a national rail strike with devastating consequences for the ag industry and the rest of the...

Farm Share of US Food Dollar Reached Historic Low in 2021

U.S. farm establishments received 14.5 cents per dollar spent on domestically produced food in 2021—a decrease of 1.0 cent from a revised 15.5 cents...

USDA Increases Corn, Soybean Crop Production Estimates for 2022

This month's 2022/23 U.S. corn outlook is for higher production, larger feed and residual use, and greater ending stocks according to the USDA's monthly...

US Diesel Supplies are Shrinking Rapidly

America has a shortage of diesel supplies on hand and it’s putting pressure on suppliers to get more into the fuel supply. The Start...

Inland Waterway System Still Struggling with Drought

The conditions along America’s inland waterway system remain concerning. Farmers are harvesting an overall strong crop, but the inland waterway system they use to...

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