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Commentary: Global warming – in my backyard!

It is hot outside. I’ll bet it’s hot where you live too. The United States is experiencing one of the hottest summers on record, with more than 40,000 new records set for daily high temperatures. Inevitably, unusual weather, and especially unusually hot weather, brings widespread discussion of the specter of global warming. Often, these discussions focus on the wrong data, namely, local weather. FULL STORY »

Manure part of the CERCLA discussion

Manure as a “hazardous material” reenters the political conversation periodically, and last week once again had a House committee listening to arguments. FULL STORY »

Ranchers, farmers seeking solutions to U.S. water worries

Across the globe, water consumption has tripled in the last 50 years, and at least 36 U.S. states are anticipating some water shortages by 2013, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). FULL STORY »

Safety guidelines for pumping manure from deep pitted barns

Livestock farmers need to take precautions when agitating and pumping manure stored in deep pitted barns. FULL STORY »

Brumm Speaks Out: Summer heat is here

Summer weather is upon us, with all the misery that comes with it for many of our production facilities. I’ve been doing quite a few meetings and presentations these past weeks with industry supplier sales forces and producer groups regarding recommended management practices for summer heat in production facilities. FULL STORY »

Saving water In dry areas Play video

A USDA project is trying out new ways to save water in places where farmers need it the most. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Hot air on climate change

A couple prominent activists attack the very crowd most supportive of their notions of economic and social justice. How? By demanding they take meat off the menu. FULL STORY »

Environmental award in Waterkeepers case prompts outrage

SaveFarmFamilies.org members from around the country were outraged upon learning that the University of Maryland Environmental Law Clinic had accepted an award for "distinguished achievement" for their Clean Water Act (CWA) case against Berlin, Md.-based farmers Alan and Kristin Hudson before the case has even gone to trial. FULL STORY »

Sorghum should be in the mix as a biofuel crop

Sweet and biomass sorghum would meet the need for next-generation biofuels to be environmentally sustainable, easily adopted by producers and take advantage of existing agricultural infrastructure, a group of researchers led by Purdue University scientists believes. FULL STORY »

Pork industry comments on EPA emissions document

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is accepting comments on its Draft Document Related to the Development of Emissions Estimating Methodologies (EEM) for Lagoons and Basins for Swine and Dairy Feeding Operations. FULL STORY »

Wildlife rooting for ag to ‘get it right’ on hunger issue Play video

If more food could be raised on land that’s already in production, it means less new land would have to be developed to feed a burgeoning world population. That would help preserve wildlife habitats. FULL STORY »

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