Blogs Tagged usda

  1. Farmers Say that Conservation is Cool

    Anti-ag forces say that farmers are wasteful and greedy, but in reality, farmers today see conservation as trendy.

    04/08/2014

  2. Climate Change From A Faith-based Perspective

    Farmers need to help find solutions to cope with climate change, says a discussion at a church in Ames.

    04/07/2014

  3. The Friday Five: April Fool's Edition

    Data, 'waters of the U.S.', CAFOs and webinars: here are five links to catch you up on food and agriculture this week.

    04/04/2014

  4. Showing Consumers the Face of the American Farmer

    "Farmland" documentary aims to address consumer concerns and illustrate the realities of farming from six different perspectives.

    04/04/2014

  5. Last Price Update Before Planting

    Key pieces to the 2014 grain price puzzle are falling into place. Find out what the big picture looks like at a Farm Futures webinar April 7.

    04/04/2014

  6. Which Way Will Your Tip: More Corn Or Soybeans?

    While recent corn and soybean market gyrations may not change your crop mix, you can impact buying/selling decisions with this advance knowledge.

    04/02/2014

  7. They Came, They Heard, But They Didn't Listen

    Nebraska Unicameral misses opportunity to ease property tax burden.

    04/02/2014

  8. USDA April Crop Report And Your Bottom Line

    Join the April 7 webinar hosted by The Farmer's sister publication, Farm Futures, to learn how global markets may impact spring planting.

    04/01/2014

  9. Women in Agriculture Hold the Future of Many Farms

    About half of the farmland in the U.S. is owned or co-owned by women.

    04/01/2014

  10. Iowans Fight Big Oil's Effort To Dismantle RFS

    Iowa ethanol and biodiesel advocates flew to Washington D.C. last week to defend a strong and growing Renewable Fuel Standard.

    03/31/2014