Editorial

Corn crop still on track for a banner year

Thanks to cooler summer weather, corn conditions remain the best seen since 2004. FULL STORY »

Missouri's Right to Farm: Analyzing the aftermath

The good news is that Missouri’s Right to Farm amendment is now part of the state’s constitution. The bad news is that the message voters received might makes things even worse. FULL STORY »

Russian ban of food imports not surprising

Russia will impose "quite substantial" bans on the U.S. and European Union food imports and is quickly deciding what commodities and foods will be banned as part of President Vladimir Putin’s order to prepare a list of food import bans, it was announced Wednesday. FULL STORY »

Commentary: The twain shall meet - maybe

A newly hatched strategy cooked up by HSUS aims to merge the two most powerful activist movements into one unified force. Can they pull it off? The jury’s still out, but stay tuned. FULL STORY »

Missouri’s ‘Right to Farm’ passes…barely

Missouri’s Right to Farm amendment passed with a margin of less than three-tenths of a percentage point. FULL STORY »

Sjostrom: An apology to The Original Muck Boot Company, and mankind

Last night, at around 10:30 p.m. I wrote up a piece about The Original Muck Boot Company and its supposed donation to HSUS, a known animal rights organization, in “Muck Boot company wading with HSUS?” FULL STORY »

Commentary: No gray areas in animal attack

A rare incident involving a wild otter that mauled two people swimming near a riverfront park triggers a reaction akin to terrorists: You’re either with the otters, or you’re against ’em. FULL STORY »

Sjostrom: Muck Boot company wading with HSUS?

We’re still waiting for an apology — and I mean everyone. Dairy farmers, Hunters, fisherman, farmers, ranchers, and agriculturalists everywhere are heading to The Original Muck Boot Company’s Facebook page to share outrage that it donated over $2,000 for The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS, or H$U$ as many prefer). FULL STORY »

Farrow-to-finish margins take another fall

Farrow-to-finish margins took another fall last week, dropping from $102.18 per head to $91.75 per head for the week ending August 1, according the Sterling Pork Profit Tracker. FULL STORY »

Commentary: The controversy continues

A ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals delivers a setback to meatpackers seeking to overturn USDA’s Country-of-Origin labeling rules. But there are no winners in this battle. FULL STORY »

New Zealand pig farmers tighten security against activists

New Zealand pig farmers are going to extreme measures to keep their pigs and families safe from activists trespassing onto their farms. FULL STORY »

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