Study examines value of ag research, U.S. declared leader

While the United States is the undisputed world leader in agricultural production today, agriculture faces a number of challenges that are poised to become much more serious in the years ahead. FULL STORY »

Calif. dairymen urge lawmakers to pass farm bill

As hope wanes for the 2012 Farm Bill, a group of California dairy farmers met with two lawmakers to discuss efforts being made to pass the bill before the end of the year. FULL STORY »

North Carolina dairy faces waste discharge allegation

A North Carolina dairy is in hot water with the state’s Division of Water Quality after inspectors reported and cited the Fletcher farm for discharging animal waste into a nearby river. FULL STORY »

Negotiators see glimmers of progress on farm bill

With a week left to act, agricultural leaders in Congress are still deadlocked on two major issues for a new U.S. farm bill, cuts in crop subsidies and reductions in food stamps, said two of the four key negotiators on Thursday. FULL STORY »

Commentary: U.S., Europe talks may indicate future of free trade

I’ve heard it said many times the last few years that agriculture has been the bright spot in California’s lagging economy. All data suggest that fair and open trade with foreign markets plays a significant role. FULL STORY »

The Peterson brothers are back! Play video

Watch out YouTube – the Peterson brothers are back, and this time they are bringing agriculture to consumers through the popularity of PSY’s “Gangnam Style.” From galloping on hay bales to feeding cattle, the video connects family farming with pop culture. FULL STORY »

MF Global customer claims near resolution

The trustee overseeing the liquidation of MF Global's failed futures brokerage said he expects the more than 28,000 customer claims that have been filed to be fully resolved within the next few months, according to a report filed in court on Tuesday. FULL STORY »

Extreme weather is new normal, U.N.'s Ban tells climate talks

Extreme weather is the new normal and poses a threat to the human race, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Tuesday as he sought to revive deadlocked global climate change talks. FULL STORY »

House, White House aim for $32-$35 billion in farm bill cuts

As time runs out to pass a new U.S. Farm Bill in 2012, the White House and Republicans in the House of Representatives hold surprisingly similar goals about how much to cut spending - roughly from $32 billion to $35 billion. FULL STORY »

Tools for business succession planning

Here are links to some interactive resources and workbooks to help you make generational transitions a success. FULL STORY »

Employee turnover on dairy farms and what it’s costing producers

Dairy farm owners and managers know intuitively that employee turnover is expensive. But how expensive is it? What are the major causes and what can you as an owner or manager do to combat it? FULL STORY »

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