sustainability

Ag News: USDA Preps For African Swine Fever
**The USDA has announced a plan to tackle African Swine Fever if detected in the U.S. Ag Secretary Perdue would immediately declare an "extraordinary emergency" and USDA would take the lead on a national response to control and eradicate the SWINE-ONLY disease...
Ag News: NCBA-Green New Deal
No sign of easing in the debate over cattle and sustainability, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association updated the 2019 Policy Priorities to include the Green New Deal.
USDA Names State Directors; Birth to Burger Program
The appointment of state directors for the Farm Service Agency and for USDA's Rural Development programs have been announced. Ag lenders are recommending further adjustments as farmers prepare for another year of tight margins. A sustainability acceleration project using RFID technology tracks cattle in it entire life.
DuPont Names New Vice President of Public Policy & Sustainability; API Looking at New Plans for Renewable Fuel Standards
DuPont announced Wednesday that former USDA deputy secretary Krysta Haden has joined the company as the vice president of Public Policy & Chief Sustainability Officer. Harden left USDA at the end of February and will now lead DuPont’s public policy and government affairs strategies, as well as its sustainability, philanthropy, product stewardship and global regulatory activities, according to