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New WOTUS Rule Could Push Input Costs Even Higher

Reaction across American agriculture to the Environmental Protection Agency’s new Waters of the U.S. Rule has not been positive for a number of reasons....

Farm Bureau Says Recent Farm Labor Reform Bills ‘Didn’t Go Far...

The U.S. Senate last year failed to advance the Affordable and Secure Food Act, a bill that some thought would be the best chance...

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...

John Deere Signs Right to Repair Memorandum of Understanding with Farm...

John Deere and the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) that ensures farmers’ right to repair their own...

Maintaining Crop Insurance Funds Among Top Farm Bill Priorities for the...

The top news story this week has been the new 118th Congress – and the battle among Republicans to fill the House Speaker position....

Michigan Senator Stabenow Announces Retirement, Will Not Seek Reelection in 2024

Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) announced she is retiring from the U.S. Senate and will not be running for reelection in 2024. “Inspired by a new...

NASDA CEO Ted McKinney on the Direction of the 2023 Farm...

Now that the calendar has turned to 2023, many in the ag industry are turning their attentions now to Capitol Hill and the next...

What Michigan Corn Growers Can Do Now to Get Ahead of...

As you plan now for spring planting, you may be thinking ahead on how to prevent tar spot fungus from robbing your corn yields...

Farmers More Optimistic about Current and Future Economic Conditions, Says Purdue...

U.S. farmers were more optimistic about both their current situation and expectations for the future according to the latest survey from Purdue University's Center...

Cattlemen and Farm Bureau Among Those Dissatisfied with Latest WOTUS Move

The Environmental Protection Agency has issued a final rewrite of Trump-era WOTUS reforms, and it is not sitting well with many farm groups. American...

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