Program: Line on Agriculture

Line on Agriculture
  • Antibacterial Communication

    Antibiotic resistance is a problem for both humans and animals, but solutions stall in the blame game between the medical and animal health communities.

  • Ag Generational Change

    I talked with agricultural real estate attorney Kim Maloney about turning the farms over to kids.

  • BioGen Ag 1

    A system he has designed to grow fodder for livestock.

  • BioGen Ag

    Chad Schofield, the founder of BioGen ag systems.

  • Tax Exempt

    Farm Bureau wants quick passage of Rural Electric Co-op Bill

  • More clean energy

    An electric cooperative in Colorado aims to provide the rural area it serves with cleaner, renewable energy.

  • Robocalls

    More on Robo calls.

  • DMC Decisions

    Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue has announced the availability of a new web-based tool.

  • Ag Mag

    A new food waste “Ag Mag” developed by the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture is available for purchase.

  • 2017 Census of Agriculture

    According to the 2017 Census of Agriculture, the total number of U.S. farms fell 3.2 percent while the average farm size increased 1.6 percent since 2012.

  • DMC

    The Nation’s Dairy farmers are waiting for US Department of Agriculture to finalize regulations for the new Dairy Margin Coverage program in the 2018 Farm Bill.

  • Future of Antibiotics

    Veterinarian Bob Smith is taking a very cautious and conservative approach to the flagrant abuse of antibiotic use in both humans and animals.

  • IPA

    You are what you drink.

  • Humidity and Snow Melt

    The future of snowpack and water resources in the American West now has another variable in the equation for water managers – humidity.

  • Apple Annie's pies

    Lonely Planet, the leading international travel guidebook publisher, has recognized Apple Annie's as the best place to eat apple pie in the world.

  • Drug Takeback

    The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is a way for rural residents to combat opioid abuse in rural communities.

  • Mycoplasma in Big Horns

    There is an age-old dispute between domestic sheepherders and environmentalists about respiratory disease.

  • Herbicide Resistance in Weeds

    Herbicide resistant weeds and managing them is certainly a challenge for today’s farmers.

  • Profiting with growth implant

    Educating farmers and ranchers, whether they be crop or livestock producers, on improving their profits.

  • Roundup Lawyers

    This whole Roundup/ glyphosate thing is not only contentious but is being bombarded on TV by tele-law firms.

  • PETA and Holocaust

    The way PETA thinks about livestock and ranchers.

  • Ag Summit

    Food and Ag at the Intersection” Symposium to Focus on

    Consumer Trends.

  • Global Warming and Humidity

    The future of snowpack and water resources in the American West now has another variable in the equation for water managers – humidity.

  • Farm Tech

    Transparency has become a huge issue with agricultural producers.

  • Net Neutrality

     Representative Greg Walden (R-Oregon) is all worked up about net neutrality.

  • Border Slowdown

    Last week, President Trump walked back the threat to close the southern U.S. border.

  • Livestock Litigation

    Animal activists continue to find new and different ways to challenge animal agriculture.

  • Biodiesel and RRs

    Farm Bureau supports tax policies that incentivize the expansion of markets for agricultural commodities.

  • Parasite Control

    “Parasite control is one of the most important herd management decisions you make each season.”

  • Equine Herpes

    The Idaho State Department of Agriculture (ISDA) has received confirmation of equine herpesvirus myeloencephalopathy.

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