Tuesday, September 27, 2016
flag and microphones

If politics won't fix growing public problems -- crumbling roads, worsening schools, widening income gaps -- people will find other ways, oftentimes violent, they believe will fix them.
U.S. Capitol

Trump’s anti-trade tirades and Pence’s flip-flops on key farm and ranch issues such as the Farm Bill and renewable fuels could be bad for agriculture.
laptop

Recently, my pastor, a former U.S. Army chaplain, noted that the only thing with a higher rank than a chaplain on any Army helicopter...
Cuts of meat

Now, courtesy of Congress, our non-legislating legislature, we might soon be buying non-label labeled food.
UK flag

Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) will remain the key farm income scheme in the UK, even after the Brexit vote.
UK flag

Caught in the middle of Britain's possible exit from the European Union are UK farmers.
tractor and field

Writer and journalist Gene Logsdon was the "Contrary Farmer," an Ohio-based "cottage farmer" with 32 acres of trees, garden, a rotating collection of livestock, a patch of corn, and "about 593,455,780 weeds."
U.S. Capitol

While American farmers and ranchers were eyeball-deep in spring planting and first-cutting hay, their commodity groups and federal government were knee-deep in narrowly-focused studies.
Field sprayer weeds

Chemical companies are making a lot of noise as they consider mergers.
U.S. Capitol

As the politics of this election year heat up, the chances of Congress debating — let alone passing — either of the White House’s marque trade deals continue to melt away.
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