Program: Line on Agriculture

Line on Agriculture
  • Food Movement

     As America’s population has shifted from a farm-based economy to one driven by jobs in urban areas, a smaller number of farms are producing the vast majority of the country’s food.

  • 2018 Farm Bill

    One of the largest, and most controversial, pieces of legislation being debated right now in Washington, D.C., is the 2018 Farm Bill.

  • Beetle Infestations

    Bark beetles..an epidemic with daunting consequences.

  • Renaming the farm bill

    American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall suggested a rethinking of what farmers consider the farm bill to be.

  • AFBF and Farm Bill

    The 2018 farm bill is at the top of the list of policy priorities.

  • Trump at AFBF

    President Donald Trump addressed the 99th American Farm Bureau Federation Annual Convention.

  • Millennials and Beef

    Millennials are the demographic following Generation X.

  • Tax Reform Package

    Tax Reform Package to Benefit Farmers, Ranchers

  • 2017 Farm Census

    What to expect from the 2017 Census of agriculture.

  • Seneca Virus

    Animal health officials in the U.S. are busy dealing with an emerging virus in swine that mimics the dreaded foot and mouth disease.

  • Input Costs Depression

    According to DTN/ The Progressive Farmer, the outlook is bleak for ag producers and agribusiness in general.

  • AAA Summit

    Animal Agriculture Alliance announces 2018 Stakeholders Summit

     Summit, “Protect Your Roots,” to be held May 3-4

  • Grindelia Squarosa

    A fabulous crop for arid land.

  • BRD and antibiotic stewardship

    Up to 70% of feedlot cattle deaths are caused by bovine respiratory disease.

  • Giddings vs Gillam

    I have to admit to being totally confused about glyphosate.

  • Drought Tolerance

    Developing drought tolerant corn.

  • Hope for Bees

    There may be hope in the battle against bee mortality.

  • Tax Relief

    Congressman Mike Simpson praised the passage of H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

  • SAD

    For about 2-percent of the population, the sudden change from summer and early fall into the late fall and winter seasons can actually cause a type of depression.

  • Water is the Connection

    According to the website Atrazinelovers.com, atrazine is an herbicide and is the most common chemical contaminant of ground and surface water in the United States.

  • Hedging Strategy

    Farmers using a hedging strategy.

  • Duvall to Trade

    AFBF President Zippy Duvall Appointed to White House Trade Advisory Committee

  • 2018 Farm Bill

    Ahead of the 2018 Farm Bill, House Agriculture Committee Chairman K. Michael Conaway announced the launch of a new online resource.

  • Nematodes in Cattle

    Zoetis Accepting Proposals for Research Grants on Innovative Approaches to Controlling Parasitic Disease.

  • WISErganic

    A truly Northwest company with Northwest roots and Northwest values.

  • 2017 Census

    The most ambitious and important agricultural survey of all is getting underway as the 2017 Census of Agriculture literally reaches out to every farmer and rancher.

  • Farm Progress Show

    Farm Progress Show is a 3 day event.

  • Holiday food

    Good tidings and good cheer will hopefully translate into good food and good health this year.

  • SAD

    Seasonal affective disorder (or SAD), worsens with limited exposure to daylight in late fall and winter.

  • Sage Grouse Plans

    Recently the BLM requested comments about proposed amendments to the sage grouse management plan.

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