Thursday, July 28, 2016

One part of every day on the southern Illinois dairy farm of my youth was inviolate: the noon nap; nearly everyone took one.We didn't...

Alan Guebert takes Washington to task on the 2012 Farm Bill.

On July 17, the U.S. Senate pulled off a Half Ginsburg by convening three Capitol Hill hearings on why the crooks and crackpots in...

Many on Capitol Hill are quick to point out that “If it walks like a duck and talks like a duck, it’s a duck.”...

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...
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