Amendment would open up program to all of ag, nullify short term requirements.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he will continue to defend the supply management system that protects the Canadian dairy industry in talks about revamping the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Thanks to NAFTA, the U.S. enjoys 73% share of Mexico's dairy imports.
Letter says $300 million ginners program should be permanent.
As preparations to develop the next farm bill continue, the American Farm Bureau Federation penned a letter to key congressional agricultural committee members spelling out its top priorities.
Lower food supply, volatile prices among risks, academics say.
With talks to renegotiate the NAFTA trade pact just weeks away, U.S. farm groups and lawmakers from rural states are intensifying lobbying of President Donald Trump's administration with one central message: leave farming out of it.
Soy agreement is latest China-U.S. agreement in 100-day round.
Department of Homeland Security Chief has doubts about legality of program, though he supports it.
Business, agricultural and education groups are joining forces to expand Nebraska's reach into international markets that generate billions of dollars annually, Gov. Pete Ricketts announced Thursday.
President's grades are mixed on four major agricultural issues, says ag policy expert.
A judge has accepted a guilty plea in an investigation of illegal labor at dairies in Michigan's Thumb region.
Several states are seeking to join a legal challenge to a Trump administration decision to keep a widely used pesticide on the market despite studies showing it can harm children's brains.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is seeking to unite the Group of 20 nations on key environmental goals by steering clear of references to climate change wherever possible, according to a draft being circulated ahead of a summit of world leaders.
Target matches current quota set by Obama administration.
One of the most challenging aspects of being an agricultural professional today is keeping up with government policies and regulations. If those are topics you want to keep abreast of, plan to attend the AgPro Retailer Day on August 1. Richard Gupton, Senior Vice President, Public Policy & Counsel for the Agricultural Retailers Association, will give a formal presentation on the topic during this special, day-long event and will also be available to answer your questions one-on-one.
The North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the pending renegotiation of the agreement was a hot topic at the University of Florida over the weekend where the House Agriculture Committee held a 2018 Farm Bill hearing.
After passing through the U.S. House and Senate with bipartisan support, the Securing Our Agriculture and Food Act (H.R. 1238) last week moved to the President’s in-box for final approval. The bill helps clarify the role of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in collaborating with other federal agencies on issues related to agricultural terrorism.
Earlier today, the EPA, Department of Army and Army Corps of Engineers announced they are proposing a rule that rescinds the Clean Water Rule, a 2015 regulation that sought to clarify water resource management in the U.S. and attempted to define “waters of the United States,” or WOTUS.
Mandatory Country Of Origin Labeling (COOL) is back in the news. Dropped after WTO rulings and predictions of financial losses, the controversial labeling issue has resurfaced in a lawsuit against the USDA.
Last week, President Donald Trump announced a tougher policy with Cuba, and the first United states delegation to the country started its visit Tuesday.
President praises farmers, vows to ‘rebuild rural America’
Imports of fresh Brazilian beef have been suspended by USDA over safety concerns.
Straight from D.C.: Agricultural Perspectives