Angela Bowman

First animal ag protection bills of 2014 introduced

Two states are starting 2014 by introducing bills aimed at protecting agriculture, but will they be able to pass under the scrutiny of animal rights groups, celebrities-turned-activists and uninformed lawmakers? FULL STORY »

‘Polar vortex’ sends Midwest subzero temps

The whirlpool of frigid, arctic air known as a “polar vortex” swept through the nation’s midsection Monday, pushing temperatures across the region well below zero. FULL STORY »

Research helps shrink dairy’s carbon footprint

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are working to help dairy farms reduce their greenhouse gas emissions though studies looking at what animals eat, how their waste is handled and the effects on soil, water and air. FULL STORY »

Whole Foods sends Chobani a pink slip

Small yogurt producer Stonyfield's Greek yogurt line is the winner in a decision that leaves Chobani out of Whole Foods’ dairy aisle. FULL STORY »

Will OSHA delay its surprise N.Y. dairy inspections?

A group of seven House members from upstate New York, representing more than 90 percent of the state’s dairy farms, have asked the federal government to delay plans for surprise inspections of the state’s dairies. FULL STORY »

No break in drought this winter

The weekly “Drought Monitor” report showed few changes this week to the drought across the nation, and this trend will likely continue across much of the western half of the United States. FULL STORY »

Judge: ‘Soymilk’ label stands

A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit accusing several food manufacturers of false advertising. FULL STORY »

Countdown to end of farmland price bubble

Has the value of agricultural land reached a peak? FULL STORY »

Will drones transform agriculture?

According to speakers at the drone technology forum last week, agriculture is poised to be an early-adapter. FULL STORY »

Another strike against California’s $68B bullet train?

California’s efforts to build a high-speed rail between Los Angeles and San Francisco hit yet another setback. But that may not even be enough to strike-out this Goliath project. FULL STORY »

Persistent drought raises concerns for 2014

It’s looking more and more likely that more than half of the country will go into 2014 dry and ready for a wet spring. FULL STORY »

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