Sunday, April 5, 2020
aerial farmland

Alan Guebert reflects on how agricultural land in the U.S., and how much land is being utilized for agriculture, has changed over the years.
water

Alan Guebert analyzes an op/ed, published on Feb. 7 in The Des Moines Register, that focuses on Iowa's increasing "degradation of drinking water."
money

Customers are demanding greener products, so Tyson and other major food companies are answering. What's going to happen to smaller operations who are not?
Ag trade photo

Alan Guebert offers insight into the recent passage of NAFTA 2.0 and phase one of a multi-phase deal with China.
medicine

Alan Guebert recalls some of his mother's and grandmother's home remedies for common illnesses and ailments.
Scotland

Alan Guebert weighs in on the impact Brexit has had on farmers and the UK economy.
grocery store

Alan Guebert offers insight into the proposed rule changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program that will remove around 3.7 million recipients.
Ag trade photo

Alan Guebert predicts 2019's challenges were just a warm-up act for what appears to be an even more challenging 2020.
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Alan Guebert shares feedback he received from his readers during 2019.
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Alan Guebert chastizes the way "Big Ag" has handled climate change.