Monday, August 19, 2019
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Alan Guebert shares his thoughts on the proposed SNAP cuts that could drop 500,000 children from the free school lunch program amid farmers' aid payments.

Editor-in-chief Rebecca Miller reflects on past trips to Kenya and how politics are handled there, pondering whether there's a parallel to U.S. politics.

Alan Guebert digs into recent the recent actions of President Donald Trump and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue.

Donald Trump has done his best to undo Nixon's environmental legacy. He has reversed or begun to roll back more than 80 environmental rules and regulations.

Alan Guebert breaks down the expected amount to be paid to farmers by the government due to a poor planting season caused by bad weather.

Farmers often feel powerless to change rules and regulations. However, farmers can cultivate change collectively through ag advocacy.

If what we’re seeing now is the Trump trade “strategy,” export-dependent American farmers and ranchers are in serious trouble, according to Alan Guebert.

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.

National Farmers members from across the U.S. agreed March 12 on farm policy planks at the organization's 2019 annual meeting in West Des Moines.

A plan two California lawmakers have developed, The Agricultural Worker Program Act, could put farmers and ranchers at the forefront of immigration reform.
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