More than 30 years ago, we began producing daily radio newscasts aired throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Northern California to keep the region informed about current agriculture and environmental issues.
Ag News: Danish Meat Industry Visits U.S.
On a visit, the Danish government learned of U.S. red meat production and how agribusiness is conducted here. Soybean price volatility due to Chinese tariffs.
Ag News: USDA Tariff Compensation
USDA scrutinizing legal paths for assistance under the Commodity Credit Corporation. Syngenta transaction is subject to clearance by the merger-control authorities.
Ag News: Smithfield To Pay Tariffs
Additional 25% tariff is applicable to any pork we produce in the U.S. and export to China. Farm families facing the worst ag economy in 16 years.
Ag News: China In To Win
China countering U.S. protectionism "to the end, and at any cost," over proposed tariffs. Years of work to achieve U.S.-grown rice access to the Chinese market.
Ag News: Dairy Ind Braces for Tariffs
Dairy farmers handling a drop in milk prices, are now bracing for proposed tax on steel. Monsanto reports disappointing sales and earnings of its second quarter.
Ag News: China Desires Negotiations
China has fueled a sharp rise in production of U.S. soybeans. New farm bill, many worry the crop insurance program would also be a major target of Democrats.
Ag News: A2 Milk Protein in China
A2 Milk now has competition from Nestle, moving to sell A2-protein only baby formula in China. China plans for retaliatory tariffs against American soybeans.
Ag News: MPP Dairy Enrollment
A newly overhauled MPP, which should provide better payments to dairy farms. USDA and FDA programs will receive about $23.3 billion in discretionary spending.
Ag News: Chinese Tariffs Hit U.S. Pork
China putting an additional import duty of a 25 percent increase, to the existing 12 percent, on U.S. pork. Improvements made to the Margin Protection Program.
Ag News: New Food Health Claims/Labeling
FDA wants companies to apply for approval to label products with health claims. Expectations for soybean planting while also cutting its outlook for corn acres.