Editorial

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 »

Farm bill clears House

With the Agriculture Act of 2014, the Farm Bill, headed to the Senate for final consideration, the 950-page bill is, as expected, drawing mixed reaction among lawmakers and agricultural industry stakeholders. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Deadly dry and holding

The forecast of continuing drought across California and the Southwest may well become (no pun intended) a watershed event for all of U.S. agriculture — and for consumers. FULL STORY »

Peterson Farm Bros. wrap up farming series Play video

The Peterson Farm Bros., a popular pro-agriculture music trio, finished filming their year-long look into farming, and a compilation DVD of the videos will soon be available online. FULL STORY »

Stop letting ‘crunchy mommas’ tell your story

Trent Loos says the nation’s farmers and ranchers are being silenced by a vocal minority of consumers called “crunchy mommas,” and now is the time to fight back. FULL STORY »

Farrow-to-finish margins turn positive

Farrow-to-finish margins turned positive last week, finishing the week ending January 24 at $3.54, compared to negative $4.74 the previous week, negative $16.18 one month ago and negative $13.01 at this time last year, according to the Sterling Pork Profit Tracker. FULL STORY »

Alltech survey reveals feed-industry trends

Globally, feed mills produced 963 million metric tons of livestock feed during 2013, according to results of a major survey from animal health and nutrition company Alltech. Aidan Connolly, vice president of Alltech and director of the company’s global feed survey says analysts expected feed production to top 1 billion tons this year, but several factors contributed to slower-than-expected growth. FULL STORY »

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