Blogs Tagged usda

  1. Churning Up U.S. Waters

    What is really going on with EPA's proposed rule regarding provisions of the Clean Water Act? Farm organizations take different stances on the impact.

    04/21/2014

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. 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

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

    Nebraska Unicameral misses opportunity to ease property tax burden.

    04/02/2014

  9. 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

  10. 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