Editorial

Meredith: The good, the bad and Food Babe

In my last blog post, I told you about Vani Hari, known in blogger circles as “Food Babe.” She has an “interesting” way of forming her opinions – and she doesn’t necessarily want to be bothered by the facts. FULL STORY »

Adapting the global food system to climate change

It is our observation that much of the denial—including by some in the US farming community—of the concept of human-induced climate change has less to do with scientific analysis than it does with the policy implications of climate change. FULL STORY »

Estate tax repeal: Is it possible?

Call it what you want to call it – but any time the estate tax, also known as the death tax, comes up in conversation, ears perk up and most in agriculture start paying attention. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Bananas to the rescue

The humble fruit — albeit a radical new variety — may soon to neutralize one of the meat and food industry’s most troubling and (seemingly) intractable activist campaigns. Read on to learn how. FULL STORY »

Producers take action against Chipotle’s beef import plan

In the following days after Chipotle Mexican Grill’s official statement announcing their plans to import Australian grass-fed beef to meet their “Food With Integrity” and “Responsibly Raised Beef” standards because United States cattle ranchers were not able to meet the demand, cattle producers and industry leaders have taken the time to speak up about the situation. FULL STORY »

Consumers willing to reach deeper into their wallets for protein

Compared to just a month ago, consumers are willing to pay a lot more for meat, pork and chicken products, according to the latest Food Demand Survey from Oklahoma State University’s Department of Agricultural Economics. FULL STORY »

Alumbaugh: Panera gets fired

The ag industry has known for quite some time that the leadership at Panera Bread wouldn’t listen to reason. Evidently the company’s ad agency felt the same way. Chicago-based Cramer-Krasselt basically told Panera to take a hike. FULL STORY »

Three-decade changes in greenhouse gases and average temperature

In 2011, we wrote a column, “Global warming is happening: How should farmers respond?” The issue of the role of humans in climate change has not gone away. FULL STORY »

Hong Kong lifts beef restrictions, opening market opportunities

After more than 11 years of restrictions inflicted upon U.S beef exports to Hong Kong, USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack announced on June 17 that the two countries have reached agreements fully opening Hong Kong’s borders to U.S. beef and beef products. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Re-thinking fast-food

The entire category is undergoing a reinvention — if you believe the breathless business analysts enamored of the niche concepts currently being launched. Here’s an easier, better alternative. FULL STORY »

Fed, feeder markets climb

Fed cattle surged last week and ended June 14 at $149.62 per hundredweight, an increase of more than $4 since the previous week. FULL STORY »

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