Risk Assessed Marketing Workshops for ag producers planned

Kansas State University will host two Risk Assessed Marketing Workshops to help agricultural producers navigate the uncertain business climate linked to volatile crop prices and the lack of a new Farm Bill. FULL STORY »

Florida cattle producers to attract locavores with state label

Cattle producers in the state of Florida see an opportunity to enhance state pride in the beef industry and grow sales by connecting with the “Fresh From Florida” marketing campaign. FULL STORY »

USDA says climate change task force will help ag communities

USDA says a task force established by President Obama Friday will assist agricultural communities facing the impacts of climate change. FULL STORY »

NCBA Op-Ed: Regulatory reform crucial for producers’ success

Time and again, the federal government has proven that even the most well-intentioned law can be used to entangle family farmers in bureaucratic red tape and burdensome regulatory costs. FULL STORY »

Award winning filmmaker’s documentary follows young farmers Play video

A documentary set for release next year shares the highs, the lows, the pride and the identity farmers in their 20s share on a daily basis. FULL STORY »

COOL getting farm bill attention

Consumer groups are in favor of the country-of-origin labeling requirements, but pushback from neighboring countries and meatpackers have members of a House-Senate panel reconsidering COOL in the new farm bill. FULL STORY »

Past ag secretaries discuss global issues Play video

Six past agriculture secretaries met at Kansas State University last week to debate major national and global issues including the farm bill, biotechnology, world food trade and climate change. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Labeling GMO foods a good idea? Maybe

British environmentalist Mark Lynas is someone I admire. Why? He has that unique kind of courage so rare these days. He admitted he was wrong. FULL STORY »

Florida ranch manager accused of stealing at least 175 cows

The ranch manager at Pine Ridge Plantation in western Martin County, Florida was arrested Monday after at least 175 cows were stolen and sold at area livestock auctions. FULL STORY »

Jolley: A conversation with Maureen Ogle and ‘In Meat We Trust’

So I heard about this new book coming out. It was described to me as an expose of the meat industry. After being bombarded by cleverly worded half truths I just wanted to read some good, well-written non-fiction. FULL STORY »

U.S. ag: Intensification has reduced impact on climate change

When it comes to producing greenhouse gases, it turns out agriculture is not the bad guy some think it is. FULL STORY »

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