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How Would a Potential Dockworkers’ Strike Affect Agriculture?

There’s turmoil at two of the busiest ports in the country.

Dan Nosowitz
April 5, 2022
US Supreme Court Will Hear Challenge to California’s Proposition 12

The law requires pork sold in the state of California to not be raised using... (more)

Shea Swenson
April 1, 2022
The Giant Spider Heading to the East Coast Is Good News for...

Joro spiders may be a foe to arachnophobes, but they’re a friend to farmers dealing... (more)

Shea Swenson
April 1, 2022
California Wants to Pay Farmers to Not Farm This Year

The state is taking extreme measures to conserve water.

Shea Swenson
March 31, 2022
Biden Administration Releases 2023 Budget Proposal

What’s in it for food and agriculture? Will programs begun or expanded during COVID-19 survive... (more)

Dan Nosowitz
March 28, 2022
John Deere to Sell Diagnostic Software Directly to Farmers

The machine-servicing program will be available to customers starting in May, but it’s a far... (more)

Shea Swenson
March 25, 2022
Industry Report Shows Nearly One-Third of All American Jobs Tied to Food...

The annual Feeding the Economy report highlights the vital role of the industry.

Emily Baron Cadloff
March 22, 2022
It’s Time to Put Daylight Saving Time to Bed

We asked, and you answered. Here’s how farmers really feel about setting their clocks one... (more)

Emily Baron Cadloff
March 12, 2022
What the War in Ukraine Means for US Agriculture

Russia is a major player in the fertilizer market, and Ukraine is one of the... (more)

Johnathan Hettinger, Madison McVan and Amanda Perez Pintado
March 5, 2022
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