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Alan Guebert digs into the sale of an aging soybean processing plant in Estill, South Carolina, to former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue.

ProPublica found 378 small loans totaling $7 million to fake business entities and the overwhelming majority of them are categorized as farms.

Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia are losing some influence in Congress, thanks to initial results from the 2020 Census, released April 26. But based on what policy experts are seeing, the shift isn’t rooted in changes to rural areas of those states.

Alan Guebert shares his thoughts on the Jan. 6 attack on the United States Capitol, reflecting on the actions of those involved.

Alan Guebert ponders the need for a nationally coordinated food policy — both in the past and present times.

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

The Federal Trade Commission and its law enforcement partners recently announced a major crackdown on illegal robocalls.

Alan Guebert's ag lobbyist friend wants "to pay the same taxes the generals paid: General Mills, General Motors, General Dynamics…” Who wouldn't?

Farmers are steeped in epistemology because they know that dogma won't raise a crop, wean a calf or repay the banker. That takes knowledge and hard work.

The partial government shutdown has raised many questions among farmers, and rural America.