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Program: Line on Agriculture

Line on Agriculture
  • PETA and Ranchers

    Will Coggin, managing director of PETAKillsAnimals.com, has some pretty staggering statistics.

  • Adaptive multi-paddock grazing

    For more than four years, McDonald’s has been traversing a long and arduous path to produce "sustainable beef".

  • Horse Blanketing

    There is no simple answer as to whether any equid needs blanketing in winter.

  • Monrovia

    Farmers sitting around a coffee shop in MONROVIA, INDIANA.

  • Alternative Crops

    DTN/The Progressive Farmer Markets Editor Katie Micik noted that with an over abundance of wheat throughout the world, there might be room for wheat producers to turn to alternative crops.

  • Genome editing is Mother Nature

    In the press, a technology called genome editing.

  • Opioid Legislation

    Greg Walden bill to combat opioid crisis passes Senate.

  • NIFA and WSU

    Bee populations in North America have been in decline since the 1940s.

  • Opening up trade

    The announcement regarding the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement is welcome news.

  • Trade and Tariff Impacts

    Current trading relationships must be preserved and new opportunities for agricultural trade must be secured.

  • Labor Shortages

    It’s harvest 2018. Who’s going to pick or dig or harvest?

  • Bee Buzz

    According to recent studies, declines in wild and managed bee populations threaten the pollination of flowers in more than 85 percent of flowering plants.

  • Assisting farmers

    It’s been a tough year in agriculture.

  • Free Trade

    “President Trump’s approval of the modernized U.S. – Korea Free Trade Agreement preserves a two-way trade relationship

  • Bull Fertility

    As a seedstock producer, it’s important to know how bulls should be managed in order to prepare them reproductively.

  • Carbon Sequestration through grazing

    Cameron Mulroney of the Idaho Cattle Association made me aware that McDonald’s is conducting research in an effort to solve climate change problems.

  • Are farmers stewards

    How much do you think modern farmers and ranchers are invested in the stewardship of their own land?

  • Opioid Over-ride

    What does opioid abuse have to do with agricultural reports? It is a huge victimizer of people in rural settings.

  • Wildfire smoke

    Representative Greg Walden (R-Hood River) today held a hearing to examine the health impacts of wildfire smoke.

  • Keeping Calves Healthy

    The Zoetis animal health company is very involved in keeping your calves healthy.

  • Tractor Zoom

    Tractor Zoom, a Des Moines, Iowa-based online marketplace connects farm equipment auctioneers and buyers.

  • Manure Technology

    More than three years ago, 14-leading dairy organizations representing nearly all U.S. dairy farmers, joined together to reduce the environmental footprint of dairy.

  • Overcoming Super bugs

    When you talk to any family practice physician, they will tell you emphatically that they are seeing more and more antibiotic resistance.

  • Overcoming Super bugs

    When you talk to any family practice physician, they will tell you emphatically that they are seeing more and more antibiotic resistance.

  • Farmer Road Safety

    Farmers anxious to get in the fields harvest, reminded to put safety first.

  • Late potato blight

    Potato blight is caused by a fungus called Phytophthora infestans

  • Ayrstone

    I found a great gizmo to bring Bring WiFi into any of your Large Buildings on the farm.

  • Ceres Background

    Ashwin Madgavkar is the CEO of Ceres Imaging, a company that takes images of your fields, processes them and delivers information about the health of your crops.

  • Haeddyn's Raspberries

    Haedyn Maberry in and around her family's raspberry farm from winter to harvest.

  • Genetics

    Distinguished professor of forest biotechnology in the College of Forestry explains to me why he is doing genetic research on the eucalyptus tree

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