Editorial

Good news: PEDv outbreak slows

The wild spread of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv) appears to be slowing. The American Association of Swine Veterinarians announced 187 positive tests for the disease in the week ending May 17. FULL STORY »

Number of U.S. farms dropped (again) in 2013

The USDA released the latest issue of its Farms and Land in Farms report on Wednesday, showing a decrease in both the number of farms and farmland. FULL STORY »

Another great week for corn, soybean planting

Producers from across the country made impressive strides over the last week as the end of corn and soybean planting nears. FULL STORY »

National Ag Hall of Fame temporarily closing

Hard times are back for the National Agriculture Center and Hall of Fame. FULL STORY »

Rain! Storms head for the southern Plains but…

…it won’t be enough to break the drought’s grip. FULL STORY »

Protecting us hungry

Reliance on the precautionary principle and opposition to technology – technology that could “improve food availability, lower food costs, and enhance biomedical research, treatments and production – could result in a situation where the United States is exporting our researchers and importing our food. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Film reviewers reinvent the word 'duplicity'

I was reading Angela Bowman's "Critics Blast 'Farmland'" and had to walk away for a few minutes just to keep my annoyance from exploding off the page. I came back and said, "Oh, hell, no! I can't let the critics' overly-biased comments slide by." FULL STORY »

Stop sow pain in its tracks

Quick action can alleviate pain and prevent it from happening in the future. FULL STORY »

Consumers willingness-to-pay for meat down ahead of Memorial Day

With the official start to grilling season less than a week away, USDA is reporting that more retail outlets are offering special rates to consumers who, according to the latest Food Demand Survey, indicated they were not willing to dig as deep into their wallets as they were in previous months. FULL STORY »

Think twice before bashing farmers and their practices

After offending farmers everywhere with their aggressive ad campaign claiming local-raised food is healthier and anything else is just plain bad, Chipotle is feeling the effects of what some would call Karma. FULL STORY »

Critics blast ‘Farmland’ Play video

"Farmland" has all the makings of a winning film, but within the entertainment industry, the film strikes out with critics. FULL STORY »

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