Thursday, April 15, 2021
Farm and Food File

Farm and Food File

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Alan Guebert digs into the systemic problems swirling around the meatpacking industry.
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Even before he’s inaugurated though, Donald Trump will play a role in negotiating the not-yet-passed 2017 federal budget.
veggie burger

In his column this week, Alan Guebert sheds some light on the recent growth of the meatless meat market and tells farmers why they shouldn't even be mad.
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Whether your family prefers the open road, nature, history, or opportunities to grow and know, Ohio staycations offer something for everyone.
Corn emerging

As analysts account for the economic downturn caused by COVID-19, 2020 farm income prospects remain dismal.
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Alan Guebert shares his concerns over the most recent version of the U.S.-China trade deal and the bigger picture regarding Chinese trade.
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According to Alan Guebert, the 2018 farm bill is a 2014 clone. That means market trends funded under the 2014 Farm Bill will get more fuel to grow.
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Alan Guebert believes the cotton gang sees the disaster relief bill as an opening to take another shot at a new payment scheme it has wanted for years.
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.
Iowa

Of all the places you’d expect to see a fight between the hard face of ag economics and the warm heart of rural America, it wouldn't be the New York Times.