Monday, May 16, 2022

Columnist Alan Guebert reflects on a rare and valuable commodity - the men of the hayfields of his youth.

Columnist Alan Guebert says political events suggest temperatures in farm country will be rising.

Columnist Alan Guebert says Cargill has every economic and legal right to move ahead with its Brazilian ethanol import plan

Columnist Alan Guebert says Brazil "kicked major U.S. farm trade butt" when it declared some American cotton subsidies as illegal.

U.S. District Judge Lyle Strom turned into a one-man jury with the latest action in the Pickett vs. Tyson case, says columnist Alan Guebert.

Columnist Alan Guebert comments on the USDA's lenthgy, costly and failing devense of commodity checkoffs.

Alan Guebert's final column in a series on developing world agriculture and its impact on U.S. farmers.

The second in a series from columnist Alan Guebert on developing world agriculture and its impact on U.S. farmers.

Columnist Alan Guebert tells the story of Gitaben Senma, 38-year-old mother of four who earns $1 a day.

Columnist Alan Guebert speculatees on the mystery of how identical facts and figures often lead people to draw different conclusions.