Editorial

Fight for raw milk in Iowa hits roadblock

Raw milk won’t be coming to Iowa anytime soon after a bill that would have lifted a ban on raw milk died in the state legislature. FULL STORY »

5 reasons to celebrate rural romance

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to count the ways we love agriculture and our own farmers and ranchers. FULL STORY »

Banker farmland price expectations for 2014 wavering

Even as corn and soybean prices have tumbled from a year ago, bankers across the Midwest have mixed expectations for farmland prices in 2014. FULL STORY »

Is whole milk really a ‘dietary demon?’

Whole milk and other high-fat dairy products often get a diet rap when it comes to weight loss, but is dairy fat really a so-called “dietary demon?” FULL STORY »

USDA projects net farm income to fall in 2014

While USDA’s latest farm income projections indicate an overall decline in net farm income of around 26.6 percent in 2014, there are some positive projections in the report, especially for livestock producers. FULL STORY »

Is Idaho’s ‘Right to Farm’ law enough? Senator says ‘no’

Idaho ranks as one of the nation’s top milk-producing states, and though the state has a “Right to Farm” law meant to protect the state’s agricultural, one Senator doesn’t think it does enough. FULL STORY »

PETA goes too far…again

A PETA protest targeting children at a California school has outraged parents, who are now considering taking the animal rights group to court. FULL STORY »

Yogurt slashes Type 2 diabetes risk

Eating yogurt at least four times a week can decrease the risk of developing diabetes by as much as 28 percent, according to a new study FULL STORY »

Public misconception about modern ag could have global impact

Criticism of modern U.S. agricultural production practices and the desire of some to move toward organic and local methods would affect lives on a global scale, according to the next Heuermann Lecturer. FULL STORY »

California turns to prayers for ‘mega-drought’ relief

Though drought-plagued California is in line for some much-needed precipitation, it likely won’t be enough to stop the intense drought that now dominates the state. FULL STORY »

CAST video bridges knowledge gap in feed vs. food debate Play video

Dr. Jude Capper and other university authors extend the message presented in Issue Paper #53 to battle misconceptions presuming animal agriculture competes for human food supplies. FULL STORY »

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