Program: Line on Agriculture

Line on Agriculture
  • Healthy Food

    National Council of Farmer Cooperatives recently issued the following statement: “The recent Senate vote was deeply disappointing to America’s farmer co-ops and their farmer-owners.

  • Meat Matters

    The Animal Agriculture Alliance has unveiled a campaign focused on promoting the role of meat and poultry in a healthy, balanced diet.

  • Vintners and Falcons

    Brad Felger found out early in his life what he wanted to do.

  • Donna Williams and the turnip truck

    It had never occurred to Donna Williams, a former Manhattan investment banker with an MBA from Columbia University, that her professional trajectory might one day land her on a turnip truck.

  • Soil Star Wars

    Natural Resources Conservation Service has gotten very creative with a radio public service announcement.

  • Vilsack

    Ag Secretary Tom Ville sack is really plugging the TransPacific Partnership agreement.

  • Modern Farmer

    I talked with Jocelyn Zuckerman, Executive Editor of a publication known as the Modern Farmer Magazine and asked for an overview.

  • Zippy on TPP

    Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall recently got together.

  • USFRA vs Food Inc.

    U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance CEO Randy Krotz is leading the national conversation about how food is grown and raised and the dialogue targets young people.

  • 2016 Presidential Election

    How will the 2016 Presidential Election impact animal agriculture?

  • Vilsack TPP

    Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack recently discussed the benefit of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) for agriculture.

  • Careers in Agriculture

    Careers in Agriculture You Haven’t Considered

  • Drought Wine

    Two Oregon winemakers hope to convince their grape-growing counterparts to resist irrigation—for the sake of the palate and

    the planet.

  • Bean Production

    Dr. Mark Brick is a Professor of Plant Breeding and Genetics at Colorado State University and knows all about dry beans.

  • #farm365

    Farmers are often advised to use social media to tell their story and connect with consumers.

  • Saving Sage Grouse

    USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), the University of Montana and other partners have used Google Earth Engine to build a new interactive online map tool.

  • Hydroponics in Kansas

    A fairly new magazine called the Modern Farmer takes on all kinds of different topics.

  • Food Hubs

    I'll tell you, where there is a will, there is a way.

  • About Mycotoxins

    What are mycotoxins?

  • Magnetizing Water

    A company called Magnation Water Technologies says that magnetic water (MW) is water that has been passed through a magnetic field.

  • What NRCS does for farmers

    A chat with NRCS spokesperson person Tracy Robillard about what her agency does for farmers.

  • Ag-gag and Hannah

    Recently in the papers there's been some speculation that the ag-gag laws may be revoked.

  • Ingestion of mycotoxins

    An Alltech Harvest Analysis for 2015 confirms swine and poultry feeds are at risk of significant amounts of mycotoxins.

  • Beginning Farmers

    According to recent research from American Farmland Trust (AFT), many beginning farmers and ranchers find identifying the right land to purchase or lease—at an affordable price—to be one of their most significant challenges.

  • USDA offering $150 million

    Agricultural producers who are willing to go the extra mile for conservation have an opportunity to receive financial payments.

  • PETA vs FFA

    An article appeared in the on line publication AgWired protesting a letter sent by PETA to Jerome Hertel, manager of the South Dakota State Fair.

  • Aging Farmers

    The graying American farmer.

  • Safe Pesticide

    Safe Pesticide Levels.

  • Wild Bees

    Wild pollinators are in decline across many parts of the world.

  • Winfield Solutions

    Jason DeVorek with Winfield Solutions.

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