Editorial

NRCS highlights funding to repair dams

Natural Resources Chief announces funding for projects that will help repair dams in 26 states. FULL STORY »

Okla. Attorney General keeps pressure on HSUS

Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt isn’t done calling out the Humane Society of the United States for deceptive fundraising just yet. FULL STORY »

Appeals court rules with FDA on feed antibiotics

In a 2-1 decision, the U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday overturned earlier district court rulings resulting from a lawsuit filed by activist groups seeking to end the use of antibiotics in livestock feed. FULL STORY »

Lessons from the show ring

It’s late July; temperatures are averaging in the mid- to upper-90s nearly every day – that can only mean one thing: it’s county fair time! FULL STORY »

California pays the price for Corn Belt’s cold snap

The unseasonable return of the jet stream brought cool temperatures to the Corn Belt and more heat to California. FULL STORY »

Ronald Prestage arrested

Ronald William Prestage, DVM, from Camden, S.C., has been charged with carrying a pistol without a license. He is president-elect of the National Pork Producers Council. FULL STORY »

Study claims beef worse for environment than pork, poultry

Should the beef industry consider a new study claiming beef production is worse for the environment than other protein sources a blow to modern beef production, or is it another attempt by the anti-beef community to get beef off the dinner plate? FULL STORY »

Corn crop in best shape in 21 years

As of July 20, 76 percent of the country’s corn is in good or better condition, marking the best conditions seen since 1993. FULL STORY »

EPA in hot water over proposed CWA rule

Despite a recent public relations campaign through Missouri farm country to attempt to calm the waters about the proposed changes to the definition of “Waters of the United States” under the Clean Water Act, the EPA continues to take heat from farmers and ranchers, and lawmakers. FULL STORY »

Consumers less willing to pay for high-priced protein

After jumping in the month of June, consumer willingness-to-pay for beef, pork and poultry products dropped in July but remains higher to this time last year, according to the latest Food Demand Survey from Oklahoma State University’s Department of Agricultural Economics. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Pushing a ‘Right to Farm’

Enshrining a right to farm in a state constitution might seem silly. However, given the fierce opposition from anti-industry activists, it may be a necessity. But doing so creates some real risks. FULL STORY »

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