Sunday, May 28, 2023
California farm

Climate change is reshaping the landscape in the western U.S. and dictating where farming is possible. Alan Guebert digs into the government's response.
prevented planting 2019 cornfield

Marlin Clark explains how the markets responded after the USDA Crop Progress report revealed that not much corn and soybeans have been planted yet.
Lake Erie

In the 51 years since the Clean Water Act passed, neither Congress nor the courts have defined what “waters of the U.S.” fall under the Act’s jurisdiction.

Alan Guebert weighs in on the latest round of billion-dollar bellyflops and the historical standard of U.S. taxpayers bailing out banks.
soybean exports

U.S. ag exports hit a record-high $196 billion last year. U.S. ag imports also hit a record-high $199 billion, or $3 billion more than ag exports.
Case IH tractors Farm Science Review

Alan Guebert digs into the right-to-repair agreements between farm machinery manufacturers and the American Farm Bureau and what they mean for farmers.
ground meat

Alan Geubert sheds light on the labor infractions of Wisconsin-based contractor, Packers Sanitation Services, Inc., and what they should mean to consumers.

If you’re elderly, poor and ill in rural America, the odds that you will receive proper healthcare are dwindling with each passing year.
corn kernels and dollar bills

Alan Guebert digs into Big Meat's latest scandal involving a $1.5 million fine paid by a company called Packers Sanitation Services Inc.
aerial farmland

Alan Guebert breaks down who's invested in the United States' foreign-owned agricultural land and how it's used.