The debate continues to rage over the EPA’s proposed Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) rule.
The latest development involves the release of EPA maps which critics say confirm that the agency is … [Read More...]
The Iowa Soybean Association showcased the activities of its On-Farm Network and Environmental Programs and Services teams at this year’s Farm Progress Show. ISA research specialists were on hand … [Read More...]
Missouri State Representative Chris Kelly says there won’t be enough votes to override the governor’s veto on the omnibus ag bill during the upcoming veto session. Kelly, who helped author the … [Read More...]
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack called Brownfield Friday morning to announce that agricultural exports will set another new record when the 2014 fiscal year ends on September 30th.
Overall, … [Read More...]
At a recent field day in southeastern Nebraska, researchers unveiled what they label as “the first switchgrass variety developed specifically for bioenergy use in the Great Plains and the … [Read More...]
The corn and soybeans on the Renk Seed test plot at Sun Prairie, Wisconsin look very good this year. Plant geneticist Rick Batty says they are especially excited about the new varieties they have in … [Read More...]
Sell by and Use by dates are only regulated on one food product and that’s infant formula. So, what do they mean on other foods? Londa Nwadike, an extension food safety specialist with the … [Read More...]
August is the slowest of months in Washington, DC. Even the months with Christmas, Thanksgiving, July 4, Memorial Day and New Year’s generate more news. However, there a few issues of which you … [Read More...]
Isn’t it just like Mother Nature to turn up the heat just in time for the first weeks of school? In my neck of the woods, heat indices kissed 100 degrees or more almost every day last … [Read More...]
This is a small slice of the story of Alan Day’s efforts to manage wild mustangs. In the 1980s, the Tucson, Arizona cowboy acquired his third ranch in southern South Dakota. As Alan Day tells … [Read more...]