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17:19PM Sep 20, 2019

Eat More Pork

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor
Farm Journal's PORK Editor Jennifer Shike says we can’t forget the power of “walking the talk."
12:43PM Sep 13, 2019

Dan Murphy: The Novelty Effect

Dan Murphy
AgWeb Contributor
Why the ‘boom’ in consumer trial of alt-meat shamburgers and chicken? A new market analysis IDs the real reason: It’s all about the urge to try something new and different,
Greg-Henderson
12:01PM Sep 13, 2019

Chipotle Has Little ‘Integrity,’ Lots Of Revenue

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
When you promise “food with integrity” you probably should make sure your own house is in order. Chipotle Mexican Grill, it seems, is the proverbial glass house-resident throwing stones.
13:24PM Sep 12, 2019

'Nightmare Is Over,' EPA Repeals WOTUS

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of the Army will finalize a rule to repeal the “waters of the United States” (WOTUS), the 2015 federal regulation of waters
12:16PM Sep 12, 2019

Dan Murphy: The Big Question

Dan Murphy
AgWeb Contributor
It’s time to address the issue that hangs over all of animal agriculture: Would it defuse activist opposition if livestock production were structured differently from the system(s) now in place?
11:20AM Sep 11, 2019

Spread Grows Between Packer and Feeder Margins

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
Beef packer continued with a stranglehold on cattle markets last week, buying a few cattle to fill their needs at lower money and keeping operating margins historically high.
16:27PM Sep 09, 2019

Dan Murphy: Pumpkin Phobia

Dan Murphy
AgWeb Contributor
The seasonal insanity of marketing every edible concoction in a ‘pumpkin spice’ flavor has begun again. But one new entry actually makes sense, in terms of culinary tradition, anyway.