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12:28PM Feb 21, 2020

California Sues Trump Administration over Water Rights

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor

California has sued the Trump Administration to block new rules that would let farmers take more water from California’s rivers.  This comes after the President traveled to California’s Central Valley

08:06AM Feb 19, 2020

San Miguel evolution shifts greens supply to other growers

Chris Koger
News Editor, The Packer

Increased regulations and other issues have prompted San Miguel Produce to reduce Ventura County, Calif., acreage and partner with other growers across North America to ensure a year-round supply.

15:21PM Feb 17, 2020

AgDay Analysis: Are U.S. Soybean Exports Able to Keep Up With Brazil?

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor

Clinton Griffiths, Farm Journal editor and AgDay host, asks if U.S. soybean exports can keep up with Brazil. “Without some type of mandated buying, no, they cannot,” says Rich Nelson

18:54PM Feb 12, 2020

Budget proposal for harvest box draws retail ire

Tom Karst
AgWeb Contributor

A recycled proposal in President Trump’s fiscal year 2021 budget seeking to incorporate food box deliveries to food stamp recipients is drawing protests from U.S. retail interests.

05:54AM Feb 10, 2020

Farmer Refuses to Roll, Rips Lid Off IRS Behavior

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor

Randy Sowers’ nightmare began when the IRS seized his bank account, over $60,000, and almost wrecked his farm through a law intended to nab drug lords and crime bosses.

16:37PM Feb 07, 2020

Democrats seek to turn back Trump school meal plan

Tom Karst
AgWeb Contributor

House Democrats are seeking to thwart President Trump’s plan to change certain standards for school meals put in place by the Obama administration.

09:54AM Feb 05, 2020

European Green Deal gives produce trade opportunities, Freshfel says

Tom Karst
AgWeb Contributor

The 2019 introduction of the European Commission’s European Green Deal invites the produce industry to be a leader in climate neutral and plant-friendly policies, according to industry trade group Freshfel