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23:10PM May 19, 2010

Building Threat to U.S. Agriculture

Greg Vincent
AgWeb Contributor
Perhaps one of the most significant transitions taking place in Brazilian agriculture is the development of that country's livestock infrastructure.
10:56AM May 18, 2010

Trade agreements: Good and evil

Jim Dickrell
Dairy Editor
Dairy economists from the Universities of Missouri and Wisconsin, as part of their 11-part series on dairy policy, point out the two-edged nature of these agreements.
11:08AM May 14, 2010

Issues with Mandatory Supply Control

Jim Dickrell
Dairy Editor
Economists from the Universities of Missouri and Wisconsin have prepared a Dairy Policy Brief on mandatory supply control as one of 11 different briefs in anticipation of the 2012 Farm
11:14AM May 13, 2010

Voluntary Supply Management Pros and Cons

Jim Dickrell
Dairy Editor
Three national, voluntary supply management programs have been instituted in the United States over the past 25 years or so. All have met with some level of success, but none
22:55PM May 12, 2010

Export Hub Represents Brazil's Rise and Future

Greg Vincent
AgWeb Contributor
Amongst the towering, thick jungle of Brazil's Amazon Rain Forest may be the best representation of Brazil's rapid rise as a major player on the world's agricultural stage.
16:17PM May 12, 2010

Equipment Sales Stay Positive Year-to-Year

The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) has released their Ag Flash Report for April 2010.