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In a China Trade War, U.S. Meat Looks Like Dog Food

03/03/2017

Tyson’s CEO says if pig ears are out, kibble will be in.

U.S. Judge: Nevada Rancher's Son Must Pay $587K, Remove Cattle

03/03/2017

Wayne Hage’s son Wayne N. Hage has been ordered to pay $587,000 and remove any livestock he has on federal lands by the end of the month. Chief U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro in Las Vegas says he also has to show by mid-April that he has complied.

Bovine Tuberculosis Found in South Dakota Beef Herd

03/02/2017

Bovine tuberculosis has been discovered in a South Dakota beef herd.

Six Weeks Later, Senators Question Delay on Agriculture Pick

03/02/2017

President Donald Trump tapped Sonny Perdue to be his agriculture secretary six weeks ago, but the administration still hasn’t formally provided the Senate with the paperwork for the nomination. The delay is frustrating farm-state senators, who represent many of the core voters who helped elect Trump.

Make America Great Again with Agriculture Exports

03/02/2017

Agriculture industry hopes Trump administration doesn’t forget about exports when making America great.

Smart Labels Help Consumers Make Smart Choices

03/02/2017
A funny thing happened during the debate over GMO labels: A number of companies decided to make the voluntary disclosure that their food includes ingredients that are improved with the use of biotechnology.

Jolley: Sittin' on the Wall

03/02/2017

​From the very beginning of his historic run for the presidency, Donald Trump has called for a wall on our Southern border, stating forcefully that Mexico would pay for it. Two Mexican presidents begged to differ, using salty, non-politically correct language to express their view.

Brexit Spurs Ireland to Woo Middle East for Dairy, Meat Sales

03/01/2017

Saudi Arabia is biggest market in Gulf region for Irish food.

 

Ammon Bundy Testifies in Second Oregon Standoff Trial

03/01/2017

Ammon Bundy was brought to the federal courtroom in Portland from Las Vegas, where he is in custody awaiting trial on charges he led armed gunmen to block a federal cattle roundup near his father’s Nevada ranch in April 2014.

Mexico Warns U.S. It'll Cut Off NAFTA Talks If Tariffs Proposed

02/27/2017

Mexico’s top trade negotiator doubled down on threats to break off talks to rework Nafta.

Mexico Warns U.S. It'll Cut Off NAFTA Talks If Tariffs Proposed

02/27/2017

Mexico’s top trade negotiator doubled down on threats to break off talks to rework Nafta.

Beef Demand: Are Imports Hurting Prices?

02/27/2017

Even though exports are strong, industry leaders say there seems to be a misconception about the U.S. importing beef, saying imports are not behind lower prices.

Midwest, Wyoming Lawmakers Target Wolf Protections Again

02/26/2017

Pressure is building in Congress to take gray wolves in the western Great Lakes region and Wyoming off the endangered list, which would allow farmers to kill the animals if they threaten livestock.

Tomi Lahren's "Alternative Facts" on COOL

02/24/2017

Conservative political commentator Tomi Lahren is speaking out about Country-of-Origin-Labeling again.

Farm Bill a Needed Safety Net in Down Cycle

02/23/2017

A panel of farmers stressed in importance of crop insurance, trade, conservation and other programs during a recent Senate hearing.

Farm Bill a Needed Safety Net in Down Cycle

02/23/2017

A panel of farmers stressed in importance of crop insurance, trade, conservation and other programs during a recent Senate hearing.

Farm Bill a Needed Safety Net in Down Cycle

02/23/2017

A panel of farmers stressed in importance of crop insurance, trade, conservation and other programs during a recent Senate hearing.

Make America Great Again with Agriculture Exports

02/23/2017

Agriculture industry hopes Trump administration doesn’t forget about exports when making America great.

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