Saturday, February 4, 2023
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Rana Foroohar builds a strong case for neoliberalism’s continued weakening in her new book, “Homecoming," and the world should hope she’s right.

Marlin Clark breaks down how the grain markets have been impacted by grain shipments out of Ukraine and drought conditions in the plains states.

Population shifts around the world are likely good predictors of how demand in the agricultural industry will adapt in the long term.

Given our broad ignorance of Africa, why do we still think we know what's best for this incredibly diverse, enormous continent's farm and food sectors?

For the second time in two years, a history-making calamity has shown just how fragile the world’s efficiency-driven, deeply interdependent food system is. 

The government of India has agreed to allow imports of U.S. pork and pork products into India, removing a long-standing barrier to U.S. agricultural trade. 

The backlog of almost everything not moving in or out of American ports is making farm and ranch groups increasingly frustrated as they face delays.

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 explains how many American farmers are working for China in a sense, and digs into the politics that got them there.

Alan Guebert reviews a recently published study and concludes what we need are less costly, more environmentally-sound regional and local food systems.