Data from USDA’s Economic Research Service shows the number of U.S. farms continues a slow decline. After peaking at 6.8 million farms in 1935, the number of farms and ranches fell sharply through the early 1970s.
The expanding Agriculture productivity is not expanding fast enough to sustainably feed the world by 2050. Fiscal 2018 budget blueprint approved by the House earlier this month included instructions to reduce agriculture spending by $10 billion. EPA abandoning proposed changes to the Renewable Fuel Standard.
America's Rural infrastructure plan to including new investments in roads and bridges, nationwide broadband access, plus health care for rural and agricultural growth. More talks on the commitment on biofuels. Feed product trade has obstacles to overcome.
EPA and the National Bio-diesel Board disagree on the possible output of gallons of bio-diesel fuel. Research studies cow genetics for better productive and profits and WTO reopen complaints about wine retailing in British Columbia