Friday, April 26, 2019
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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.

Alan Guebert weighs in on politics in the U.K. and at home, discussing the future of "Brexit" and international trade in the United States, respectively.

Early February reports from the USDA strongly suggest that average 2019 crop yields will deliver less than average prices.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt shares her thoughts on a proposed bill in Tennesse that would detail rules for how parents can dress and behave on school grounds.

How are politics affecting agriculture and what lies ahead? Alan Guebert analyzes what he calls "the current state of the American farm and food union."

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

In his column this week, Alan Guebert explores the motivation behind the UK's exit from the EU and draws parallels to political policy in the U.S.

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.

Alan Guebert weighs in on the state of the country amid the current economic and political circumstances.
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