California Drought Cold & Wind and NCBA on GHG Disclosure Rule
Already facing sharp curtailments in irrigation supplies, farmers in Northern California’s Klamath Basin are dealing with additional challenges after a cold and windy spring.
US Beef Exports Remain High and Energy Prices to Remain High
The U.S. Energy Information Administration forecasts a variety of U.S. energy prices will remain historically high through 2023.
Orioles Hit 4 Homers, Cruise Past Mariners 9-2
BALTIMORE (AP) — Ryan Mountcastle and Ramón Urías hit two of the Orioles’ four homers with back-to-back shots in the sixth inning, and Baltimore cruised past the Seattle Mariners 9-2 Wednesday night. Rougned Odor and Trey Mancini also connected for the Orioles, who bounced back from a 10-0 defeat the prior night. “I think one of the b...
Meat Poultry Special Investigator Condemned & Use of Russian Ports
The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association is condemning the Meat and Poultry Special Investigator Act of 2022, approved by the House Ag Committee.
Ag News: Fuel Prices Decline and Truck Driver Shortage
State and federal officials and some California water districts have agreed to a tentative $2.6 billion plan to improve water quality in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
Ag News: SCOTUS to Hear Prop 12 Challenge and Fuel Prices Steady
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case brought by the National Pork Producers Council and the American Farm Bureau against California’s Proposition 12.
Ag News: California’s Renewable Energy and Farm Share of Food Dollar
California farmers may hold the key to the Golden State’s renewable energy future. Farmers have invested in solar power and other renewable energy technologies near vineyards, row crops and atop walnut dryers.
Ag News: Costs of Crops Outpacing Revenue
The cost of growing crops could outpace revenue for many farmers this year, making it more difficult to break even despite rising commodity prices and increasing domestic and global demand.
Ag News: Growth Energy on Inaccurate Ethanol Study
Growth Energy is urging the Department of Energy to address a recent “inaccurate and misleading” study about ethanol that claims to be partially funded by the department.
Farmers Brace for Rising Fuel Spikes and Senators Call for Biofuels
Farmers around the country, are bracing for further spikes in fuel and other energy costs, as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has pushed crude oil prices higher.