The 2009 Memorandum of Understanding between U.S. dairy producers and the USDA will continue to help find ways to reduce the effects dairy operations can have on the environment. Sabrina …
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today renewed a historic agreement with U.S. dairy producers to accelerate the adoption of innovative waste-to-energy projects and energy efficiency improvements on U.S. dairy farms, both …
It’s a chance for farmers, ranchers and others in the ag industry to learn more about the Farm Bill. Sabrina Hill has details. Click to open or download audio report.
A bill before state lawmakers would force state agencies to buy California produce rather than getting produce from other states. Sabrina Hill explains. Click to open or download audio report.
Are some changes in store for livestock antibiotic rules? Gary Crawford reports. Click to open or download audio report.
Hundreds of agriculture organizations across the country are sending a letter to the FDA. Listen to the full interview with Hank Giclas. Click to open or download audio report.
Senator Diane Feinstein suggests a resolution may be coming very soon in the dispute between the labor union and the ag industry. Sabrina Hill has more. Click to open or …
Will the USDA bring back some of its reports? Sabrina Hill has the answer. Click to open or download audio report.
Dairy interests will get a monthly USDA milk production report after all. However, they can expect a streamlined report. Gary Crawford has details. Click to open or download audio report.
A USDA official says managing risks in agriculture includes planning and diversification. Rod Bain reports. Click to open or download audio report.
USDA raised the total meat and poultry production for March as increased beef, broiler and turkey stock are expected. Susan Carter has more. Click to open or download audio report.
California dairies have really struggled over the last year and now the USDA says the nation’s dairy operators could face some big challenges over the next decade. Gary Crawford reports. …
Outrage over the Environmental Protection Agency’s release of information about farmers that was supposed to be confidential. Sabrina Hill reports. Click to Open or Download Audio Report
When it comes to cattle, quality in, means quality out. That’s according to a California dairy nutritionist. Sabrina Hill has more. Click to Open or Download Audio Report