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Program: Line on Agriculture

Line on Agriculture
  • Breeding bulls

    Nutrition management on young bulls is crucial to their success on the ranch

  • Alternatives to pesticides

    Pesticides are the most frequently detected contaminants in the streams of Oregon’s fertile Willamette Valley.

  • BRD Plan

    The effects of bovine respiratory disease can be tremendous.

  • Rebuilding America

    Members of the Rebuild Rural Coalition shared insights about the likelihood of infrastructure policy changes.

  • Dumb PETA Contest

    A group opposing PETA, PETAKillsAnimals.com, launched a new contest where people get to vote on the dumbest PETA marketing campaign.

  • Missing Market Reports

    AMS is the only agency of the five that has continued publishing reports during the partial government shutdown that has most of USDA shuttered.

  • More Labor

    The American Farm Bureau Federation commended Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) for setting a high priority on solving the agricultural labor crisis.

  • Farm Income and Land Values

    The influence of farm income levels on the sale of agricultural land.

  • Trump and DuVall

    Zippy Duvall, who was scheduled to have a sit down with President Trump, was asked how About his time with the president.

  • Dirty Dozen

    There has been so much controversy over unwanted chemicals making their way into our food supply.

  • Industrial Hemp

    An expert panel outlined the politics, agronomics, and economics of industrial hemp.

  • Cost of Cheatgrass

    There’s no cheating cheatgrass.

  • AAA and Sustainability

    The Animal Agriculture Alliance released its “Sustainability Impact Report”.

  • Industrial Hemp

    Hemp industry research suggests industrial hemp could provide a multi-billion-dollar market for U.S. farmers.

  • Ag Tax Codes

    Tax code changes by Congress and the Trump administration mean changes for farmers and ranchers at tax time.

  • Alternatives to pesticides

    Pesticides are the most frequently detected contaminants in the streams of Oregon’s fertile Willamette Valley.

  • Breeding bulls

    Nutrition management on young bulls is crucial to their success on the ranch.

  • Put away that i phone

    Technology and nutrition.

  • Clean Energy

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

  • Problems with Drones

    Ceres Imaging uses high resolution cameras and sophisticated software to analyze a farmers field for potential problems.

  • Wuru Wool

    Outdoor and endurance athletes of every stripe will benefit from the blister-preventative properties of loose lanolin-rich wool.

  • Angus Taste Differential

    I asked if there was a difference in taste between red and black Angus beef.

  • VETERINARIANS PERSPECTIVE ON ANTIBIOTICS

    Antibiotic resistance arise, the National Institute for Animal Agriculture, or NIAA takes a “One Health” approach.

  • ELD Update

    Almost exactly one year ago I did a story about the Electronic Logging Device rule.

  • Rocky Mtn Oysters.

    Bryn Johnstone has been a cattle woman for 13 years.

  • Adapted grazing

    During a Cattlemen's College held some time ago attendees learned about grazing practices on rangeland

  • Real Angus

    Is it possible that you could have counterfeit Angus calves in your herd?

  • Vilsack and Exports

    Dairy exports have reached record levels.

  • Few Bankruptcies

    Chapter 12 bankruptcies lower across farm country.

  • Ongoing Opiods

    Words of House representative Wahlberg from Michigan back in May regarding alleged pill dumping into rural communities.

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