The U.S. Court of Appeals in the District of Columbia upheld mandatory country of origin labeling (COOL) for meat and meat products. The 9-2 decision supports an earlier appellate court ruling which … [Read More...]
The Ohio House and Senate Agriculture Committee’s held a joint hearing at the Ohio State Fair on Tuesday, July 29.
District 27 State Senator Frank LaRose says it’s important to bring the two … [Read More...]
“A sad day for agriculture” is what Missouri Cattlemen’s Association Executive Vice President Mike Deering calls Governor Jay Nixon’s veto of two ag bills earlier this week. Deering says he … [Read More...]
One of the speakers at the summer meeting of the U.S. Grains Council in Omaha was Hasan Hyder, assistant vice president for grain and grain products with Union Pacific Railroad. Hyder says UP is … [Read More...]
Herbicide resistant weeds are an increasing problem for farmers in the Corn Belt. Purdue University weed scientist Dr. Bryan Young says if the weeds aren't controlled they can rob yield … [Read More...]
CLAAS of America is stepping up its presence in the North American tractor market. The company will unveil a new Tier 4f compliant XERION tractor at upcoming farm shows.
We discussed the new … [Read More...]
Looking to save on beef at the grocery store? Red meat prices have gone up this summer along with pork. The Beef Chcekoff offers six ways to save on beef at the store. The first one is to … [Read More...]
A musing and a warning this week, unrelated to one another, but still important.
Sometimes a friend can make your life difficult. Such is the case with Rep. Paul Ryan (R, WI), unsuccessful vice … [Read More...]
A young horse trainer shares his story about coming back from life-threatening injuries with appreciation for what he loves and is still able to do. I’m Julie Harker with Hoofbeat on Brownfield. … [Read more...]