Editorial

CAST video bridges knowledge gap in feed vs. food debate Play video

Dr. Jude Capper and other university authors extend the message presented in Issue Paper #53 to battle misconceptions presuming animal agriculture competes for human food supplies. FULL STORY »

Farm bill clears Senate, what’s next in DC?

With the bipartisan passage of the Agricultural Act of 2014 in the U.S. Senate today and signing of the bill expected by President Obama soon, it may leave many in agriculture wondering “what’s next?” FULL STORY »

Man charged with allegedly stealing 121 hogs

Officials in Lyon County, Iowa, have arrested and charged a South Dakota man with three felonies stemming from the alleged theft of 121 hogs. FULL STORY »

Calif. 4-H club wins World Ag Expo video contest Play video

The Desert Sandblasters 4-H Club of Indio, Calif., was named the winner of the World Ag Expo “Feeding Tomorrow’s World” video contest. FULL STORY »

Chevy’s bull fails to impress urban audiences

Despite earning praise from the nation’s farmers and ranchers, urban audiences failed to take to Chevrolet's "Romance" commercial during the Super Bowl. FULL STORY »

Meredith: PEDv isn’t funny, Jon Stewart

As a former guest on the Daily Show, I recognize better than most that the show is satirical in nature. They look for topics they can turn into comedy, but this time the show missed its mark. FULL STORY »

Dodge Ram not done with 'So God Made a Farmer' just yet Play video

The endearing ad that made a splash during last year’s Super Bowl still is in play. FULL STORY »

Young farmers and ranchers embracing technology in the field

Young farmers and ranchers shared their view of the industry last weekend, identifying trends they’re most excited about and areas of concern. FULL STORY »

Fears of California’s ‘mega-drought’ grow

California’s rivers and reservoirs are running dry as drought deepens to new levels across the state. FULL STORY »

California faces $5 billion loss in 2014 drought

California was its driest ever in 2013, and experts estimate in 2014 the drought could cause the state at least $5 billion in lost revenue. FULL STORY »

Canada considers responding to COOL with import tariffs

The labeling rules facing opposition from U.S. processors and the Canadian agricultural industry remains in the Farm Bill as Canada’s agriculture minister plans his response. FULL STORY »

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