The lead negotiators are expressing confidence that the bill will have sufficient support in both the House and Senate.
Cow burps are destroying the ozone layer — we’ve all heard that one, and frankly, it’s time for the industry to ditch that myth once and for all.
Dry land would no longer be subject to Clean Water Act jurisdiction and the so-called “significant nexus” test would be eliminated in a newly proposed WOTUS rule.
The Farm Bill would legalize hemp cultivation and could be a catalyst for explosive growth in a nascent industry that some forecast could top $20 billion by 2022.
Although the overall value of exports was higher for this time period compared to 2017, there were reductions in both the value and volume of soybean exports, particularly to China.
Senator Hoeven announced USDA is providing flexibility for farmers with crop insurance who are unable to get into their fields to harvest by the December 10 deadline.
Much of the country’s soybean crop was plagued by unusually wet weather and a long, delayed harvest, which hurt final soybean quality despite overall high production.
The prospect of China quickly resuming purchases of American soybeans has fueled a rally in Chicago futures, but leading U.S. grain traders and lenders are skeptical.
2018 is the first year that U.S. beef and poultry exporters have access to Morocco’s market under the terms of the U.S.-Morocco Free Trade Agreement.
As of the morning of December 6th, about 42.8% of the country was covered in snow with an average depth of about 1.9″.