As of last week, USDA paid out just over $6 billion of the $16 billion in CFAP payments. One agricultural economist says without the full $16 billion, lower CFAP payments
The tit-for-tat closings of consulates between the U.S. and China and the stronger rhetoric coming from the Trump Administration this week are raising alarm bells for Pro Farmer Policy Analyst
NCGA CEO Jon Doggett on lessons learned from the half year of COVID-19.
Federal trade and agriculture officials have rescheduled hearings for growers to testify on how foreign trade is harming U.S. agriculture, with a focus on the effects of Mexican produce imports
Terri Moore, an American Farm Bureau Federation representative, says President Zippy Duvall tested negative for COVID-19 on Tuesday. This comes after Duvall tested positive earlier in the month.
Wheat harvest is kicking off in major wheat growing areas, while wrapping up in the South. As combines roll, growers are facing below break-even prices, even with the recent Chinese
As the rhetoric between China and the U.S. continues to heat up and Congress gets set to negotiate a fourth round of COVID-19 aid, we look at how the events