Saturday, June 25, 2016

On an early morning bicycle ride I roll past a massive red combine slumbering at the end of a freshly barbered wheat field.<

If there’s no such thing as a free lunch — and there isn’t: even the United States Department of Agriculture’s “free” National School Lunch...

Every week for 19 years this 170 square-foot, two-dog, one-person office has declared its complete devotion to numbers. For example, just last week we...

In mid-June, the best guessers on Capitol Hill handicapped a probable 2012 Farm bill this way: either the Senate passes its version by the...

As the world stumbles toward a summer of financial winter, one part of the American economy continues its merry, five-year waltz: U.S. ag exports...

When I hopped on the ag journalism jet in 1981, the European Union (known then as the European Economic Union) forecast it would spend...

Since you speak English as well as anyone, perhaps you understand the working paragraph of a May 19 Washington Post column that explains the...

Hard numbers, hard questions and even harder answers.

It is the universal German Lutheran explanation for all the unnecessary sweat generated by farm folks since the Garden of Eden, "Besides, it doesn't kill us."

Alan Guebert reacts to the recently passed Agriculture Reform, Food and Jobs Act of 2012.
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