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Duvall Testifies on Farmers Role in Climate Change

In testimony on climate change Thursday, American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall asserted farmers are already part of the solution, contributing now to...

Vaccines Made Available to Cargill Front-Line Employees in Protein Facilities

With a focus on safety and maintaining a food supply for grocery stores, restaurants and American consumers, employees who work at Cargill's Dodge City,...

Midwest Retailers of Brevant™ Seeds Share Excitement for 2021 Season

It’s easy for retailers of Brevant™ seeds to bust out of the winter doldrums thinking about the promising results of last fall’s harvest, commodity...

USDA Invests $42 Million in Distance Learning, Telemedicine Infrastructure to Improve...

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Thursday announced it is investing $42.3 million to help rural residents gain access to health care and...

NCGA Leads Call for Farmer Participation in Paycheck Protection Program

The National Corn Growers Association (NCGA), along with  K·Coe Isom, Wednesday led a coalition of 35 agriculture organizations urging Congress to work with the...

MDARD Clarifies ‘Food and Ag worker’ Definition for March 1 COVID...

After receiving multiple questions regarding what defines a “food and ag worker” as outlined in an updated Michigan Department of Health and Human Services...

USDA Outlines Trade Priorities at Ag Outlook Forum

Growing agriculture’s exports remains a top priority for USDA. During last week’s Ag Outlook Forum, Jason Hafemeister, the Acting Deputy Under Secretary for and...

MDARD Accepting Applications for Annual ‘Michigan Agriculture Exporter of the Year’...

The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is now accepting applications for its annual “Michigan Agriculture Exporter of the Year” award. Each year,...

Weed Control for Potato Producers

The fight against weeds is an ongoing battle for potato producers. High weed pressure means potatoes must compete with the weeds for sunlight, water,...

AFBF: Farmers Need More Time to Apply for CFAP

The American Farm Bureau Federation is asking USDA to extend the deadline to apply for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP). In January, an...

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