Ag News: NOAA Forecasts La Nina Winter
Another dry winter in the Southwest and a wetter than normal winter in the North could be on the way, as the NOAA’s winter forecast calls for a strengthening La Nina.
Court Strikes Down Car Tab Measure
It would have cost the state and local governments more than $4 billion in revenue over the next six years.
Ag News: Georgia Encourages Continued COVID Safety
State of Georgia encouraging Georgia farmers and agribusinesses harvesting and processing fall crops to remain vigilant in following guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Ag News: US-UK Wrap Up Round 4 Trade Talks
The U.S. and the U.K. wrapped up the fourth round of talks working on 16 different chapters of the proposed deal covering food safety rules, market access and financial services.
Douglas County Officials Looking For Governor Apples
Bringing home-grown apples into a pest-free zone is a misdemeanor, but the state rarely cites anyone.
Ag News: COVID Plan for Agriculture and September Pandemic Relief
There are three big reasons every Ag employer should have a single COVID exposure control/response plan in writing.
Ag News: NCBA Likes China’s Beef Purchases
Despite the challenges with China, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association director of international trade, Kent Bacus believes it’s still the most intriguing market for U.S. beef producers,
Ag News: Seed Packet Warning and CFAP Deadline
A warning for anyone who received unsolicited seed packets … Do not open them and contact your county agricultural commissioner's office.
Governor Announces New COVID-19 Restrictions
Starting next Thursday, indoor dining at restaurants will be limited to members of the same household and alcohol service must end at 10 p.m.
Ag News: Animal Ag Allies and Chicken Parasites Backpack
The Animal Agriculture Alliance is launching the ‘Animal Ag Allies’ program to empower farmers, ranchers and practicing veterinarians to be outspoken advocates for agriculture.