Senate plan would cap farmers at $125,000 a year in subsidies

U.S. farmers would be limited to $125,000 a year in crop subsidies in a significant tightening of farm support rules proposed by four senators from farm and ranch states on Tuesday. FULL STORY »

Share some food love

Michele Payn-Knoper, a leading U.S. farm and food advocate, is passionate about social media and helping farmers learn how to use it to connect with consumers. Now, she’s written a book, called “No More Food Fights!” FULL STORY »

Scientists studying microbes in manure

Agricultural Research Service scientists are investigating the microbes that dwell in cattle manure—what they are, where they thrive, where they struggle, and where they may end up. FULL STORY »

AgrAbility helps farmers, ranchers with disabilities

Although Mark Hosier was told he’d never walk again, the Indiana farmer is running a 500-acre farm and 10-sow showpig business entirely on his own. FULL STORY »

Got success? Milk campaign still popular today

The success of the popular "got milk?" campaign may open the door to advertising possibilities for other commodities. FULL STORY »

‘got milk?’ Super Bowl ad gets mixed reviews Play video

The "got milk?" Super Bowl commercial fared well in some ad rankings, not so well in others. FULL STORY »

Peregrine Financial's ex-CEO sentenced to 50 years in jail

A U.S. judge on Thursday sentenced the founder of Peregrine Financial Group to 50 years in prison for looting hundreds of millions of dollars from the brokerage, saying his customers would probably never recover the money they lost. FULL STORY »

Use flunixin properly to avoid residue violations

The USDA Food Safety Inspection Service reported an increase in the number of residue violations in culled dairy cows from 2005 to 2010 with flunixin the second most common residue violation. FULL STORY »

Become a Jr. Animal Scientist

The program gives kids ages 5 to 12 a chance to explore science careers and study the lives of pets, farm animals and zoo animals. Family and classroom memberships are available. FULL STORY »

Calif. dairy farmers say price raises help, but not enough

California dairy farmers will earn a higher price for their milk starting next month as a result of a hearing decision made by the California Department of Food and Agriculture, but producers said the new prices are still not high enough to overcome soaring feed costs and other financial woes. FULL STORY »

Dairy industry optimistic about immigration reform push

Immigration reform may soon become reality thanks to a new push from a bipartisan group of U.S. Senators. For the nation’s dairy industry, the potential change to immigration laws could affect both small- and large-scale operations. FULL STORY »

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