Editorial

Corn planting (finally) picks up speed

Producers from across the country made impressive headway in planting this week, reporting more than half of the nation’s corn now in the ground. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Spending Five Minutes with GMO's (OMG!)

You might have heard about that Vermont bill mandating all foods containing GMO's be clearly labeled. The subject is the current hot button for the OMG! foodies. FULL STORY »

Is another Dust Bowl in the works?

Thursday’s Drought Monitor report showed drought “waking up” in parts of Kansas and the southern Plains, igniting concern of the next Dust Bowl. FULL STORY »

Veterinarians, farmers prepare for FDA antimicrobial changes

Veterinarians and producers will be at the forefront as the livestock industry implements FDA’s Guidance for Industry 209 and 213, phasing out end of growth and performance uses of medically important antimicrobials, and the proposed rule requiring a veterinary feed directive (VFD) for most antimicrobials used in feed. FULL STORY »

USDA says no doubt climate change hurting ag

The National Climate Assessment announced on May 6 claims climate change is affecting every region of the U.S. and critical sectors of the economy like agriculture. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Laying down the labeling law

Vermont is poised to become the first state to require food products with genetically engineered ingredients to carry labeling. Is the Green Mountain state the first domino to fall? FULL STORY »

Majority of U.S. House tells EPA to back off Clean Water Act rule

Led by U.S. Representatives Chris Collins (R-NY) and Kurt Schrader (D-Ore.), 231 lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives sent a letter to the EPA and U.S. Army Corp of Engineers to back off its proposed rule to expand federal control under the Clean Water Act. FULL STORY »

‘Farmland’ movie: Go see it today! Play video

The green carpet is rolling out for six young American farmers as “Farmland” opens in select theaters across the country on May 1. FULL STORY »

Cattle bedding and food safety

When most people think of farm animals, a picture of Old MacDonald’s Farm likely comes to mind with fluffy, bright yellow piles of straw in and around a barn. FULL STORY »

GMO labeling: Not without costs

In 2013, genetically engineered (GE) varieties accounted for 95 percent of sugar beet, 93 percent of soy, and 90 percent of all cotton and corn acreage in the United States, according to a new report from the Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST). FULL STORY »

Corn planting pace quickens despite soggy start

The USDA Crop Progress report showed a dramatic surge in corn planting progress this week thanks to a warm and dry week. FULL STORY »

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