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Farm, Biofuel Leaders Embrace EPA’s New Position on Tenth Circuit’s Small...

On Monday, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that it is supporting  the Tenth Circuit Court’s January 2020 decision in Renewable Fuels Association et...

USDA Announcing Five New Staff Appointments

The U.S. Department of Agriculture Monday announced the names of individuals who will hold senior staff positions in Washington, D.C. Maribel Duran was named Deputy...

Food and Agriculture Climate Alliance Expands Membership, Drills Down on Policy...

The Food and Agriculture Climate Alliance (FACA) Monday announced expanding membership and new policy working groups focused on developing a set of more specific...

Commentary: It is Time to Get Personal Again

A misconception many people have about farmers is that they are introverts.  There is the assumption that, because they live in rural areas and...

Texas Agriculture Devastated by Winter Storm

  “It is a rough rough situation,” said Carey Martin, farm broadcaster with the Texas Farm Bureau Radio Network. “We are not used to this...

MDARD DirectorMcDowell Selects Joseph Rivet as New Deputy Director

On Friday, Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Director Gary McDowell announced the selection of Joseph Rivet as the department’s deputy director, effective...

USDA’s Outlook for Livestock is More Bullish in 2021

After a year of headwinds in 2020, USDA is forecasting a brighter picture for the livestock industry. During USDA’s Outlook Forum, Chief Economist Seth...

USDA Announces Key Leadership in Farm Production and Conservation Mission Area

The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced today the appointment of Gloria Montaño Greene as Deputy Under Secretary for Farm Production and Conservation (FPAC) and...

USDA Outlook Forum Expecting Increase in Corn, Soybean Acres in 2021

USDA opened its 97th Ag Outlook Forum on Thursday. During the opening session, USDA Chief Economist Seth Meyer presented USDA’s ag economic and foreign...

Extreme Weather Causing Grain Shipment Delays

Extreme weather has hit many parts of the US this week with plenty of snow and frigid temperatures. Mike Steenhoek, Executive Director of the...

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