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.
Roundup Cancer Questions and U.S. Chicken Production Up
U.S. funding for the World Health Organization's cancer research program threaten to be cut off. Chicken production is headed for its biggest growth spurt.
New Humane Society Chief and Farm Outlook Down
Kitty Block to be acting president and CEO of the Humane Society. An appealed for more funding from Congress for cotton and dairy subsidies in the near term.
Cattle Industry to Educate Public and Bayer Concessions
Commitments on the new NAFTA. U.S. needs to avoid ill-advised food import triggers. Beef Industry is about producing nutritious beef with economic viability.
Humane Society Scandal; Cattle Industry Has Good 2017
Beef industry priorities providing direction to checkoff contractors. In the beef industry, cow-calf, feedlots, and packers, all made money in 2017.
FDA Wants to Tighten Standards on Imported Foods
In a speech at the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture Winter Policy Conference, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb addressed the issue, as well as implementation of the Produce Safety Rule in the Food Safety Modernization Act.
Facial Recognition Software … For Dairy Cows?
Cargill is backing an Irish startup that uses facial recognition software to help increase the productivity of DAIRY COWS.
Two More Rounds of NAFTA Talks Ahead for U.S., Canada, Mexico
As reported in Agri-Pulse, the principal negotiators announced Monday at the end of the sixth and final round of talks that some progress had been made, but all sides were still at odds over many key issues.
SNAP Changes in Farm Bill and U.S. Wheat on NAFTA
The Trump administration wants changes in the SNAP Program. NAFTA nations stressing that continuing duty-free agricultural trade is critical to their success.
EU Trade Deals; AFBF Supports SCOTUS on WOTUS
The Federal district courts have jurisdiction to hear challenges to the Waters of the U.S. rule. International feed tonnage has exceeded 1 billion metric tons.
Latest Round of NAFTA Talks and Master Cheesemakers Wanted
NAFTA talks without substantial progress, it could come to an end. Become a master cheesemaker. Another of high activity year for farm loan programs from FSA.