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Hundreds of people gathered last week for the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau's annual meeting, in Hershey, where policy was set and awards were given.

Leading up to Ohio's special election Aug. 8, many farm groups have supported Issue 1, which makes it harder to amend Ohio's constitution. They say it would protect Ohio agriculture from special interest groups. Others, however, worry it would undermine democracy.

In the 51 years since the Clean Water Act passed, neither Congress nor the courts have defined what “waters of the U.S.” fall under the Act’s jurisdiction.

Alan Guebert digs into the ranking GOP member of the House Ag Committee, Pennsylvania incumbent Glenn Thompson's views on ag policies.

Where were U.S. regulators in crypto’s long run-up and, now, in its swift, steep decline? Alan Guebert weighs in on the future regulation of cryptocurrency.

Even at first glance, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's recently announced $3 billion Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities sounds like doublespeak.

Alan Guebert weighs in on the perceptions of California's Proposition 12, which aims to set minimum welfare standards for livestock and poultry products.

Alan Guebert peels back the economic theories that have shaped U.S. policy for decades and continue to play a part in government involvement in the markets.

Alan Guebert explains the data that suggests American ag policy needs to make strategic changes to meet new challenges faced by U.S. farmers and ranchers. 

Alan Guebert believes the problem with the industrial mind in agriculture is that it floats along on a rising sea of taxpayer money and unaccounted costs.