Everett Griner talks about the wide background of the migrant worker in today’s Agri View.
Dock workers and cargo companies along the east coast are getting an early start to contract negotiations, an effort that could prevent a port slowdown like the one seen on …
Immigrants and citizens showing support for immigrant workers have joined together today for “A Day Without Immigrants.”
Recent government raids targeting undocumented immigrants in the U.S. are causing distress through the agriculture labor sector.
Everett Griner talks about a look at the political changes ahead for farmers in today’s Agri View.
U.S. food producers are expediting shipments to Mexico and seeking alternative markets as concerns rise over immigration and trade policy changes. Food producers are lining up alternative markets as business …
A new report by the Farm Credit Services of America shows crop insurance saved nearly 21,000 jobs in four states during the 2012 drought.
Everett Griner talks about why farmers are facing hard choices for their upcoming crops in today’s Agri View.
A bill introduced earlier this month into the House of Representatives (H.R. 281) is titled the Family Farm Relief Act, dealing specifically with immigration.
Everett Griner talks about how the new overtime law may hurt, not help, producers in today’s Agri View.
Immigration reform continues to be a hot topic on the political scene and a priority for farmers and ranchers. In a session at the 2017 Annual Convention & IDEAg Trade …
The American Farm Bureau Federation and the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture have petitioned the Environmental Protection Agency to delay the January 2017 start date of its worker …
37 women are heading to Hormel for work after the company settled a hiring dispute with the Department of Labor.
A new survey shows what the true cost of wage and overtime increases for ag labor might be as producers make plans to adjust to the changes.