Wednesday, January 20, 2021
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President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris officially began their four year terms following a swearing in ceremony Jan. 20. Multiple farm and agricultural groups congratulated Biden and Harris and said they are ready to work with the new administration.

While 2021 is not 2009, it's easy to see how some Americans — and, in fact, many farmers and ranchers — might get confused.

Judith Sutherland wishes for the magical ability to keep her granddaughter sheltered from the heat of hatred brewing in a cold world.

On Jan. 6, as legislators worked on certifying the Electoral College vote, a group of President Donald Trump’s supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol building, following a Trump rally. The riot resulted in five deaths, according to The Associated Press.

Julie Geiss explains her 2021 mantra — "Made in America" — and encourages others to be more mindful of where the product comes from before purchasing it.

Alan Guebert sheds some light on why he's not sharing comments from his most critical readers this year and what the real problems facing rural America are.

Alan Guebert ponders the role the inaction of politicians over decades has played in the meat markets — how both producer and consumer have been squeezed.

Tom Vilsack, who served as agriculture secretary for eight years during the Obama Administration, will be nominated to return during President-elect Joe Biden’s upcoming administration, the Associated Press and several other media outlets reported Dec. 8.

Alan Guebert mulls over how the muddled results of the recent general election will impact U.S. farm policy.

Climate, trade and farm labor are all areas where President-elect Joe Biden is likely to take a different approach than President Donald Trump, agriculture and government relations experts said in an Ohio Ag Council meeting Nov. 10.