Search Site   
Current News
Roping Dummy’s report on best lariats not to use
Roping Dummy’s report on best lariats not to use
Roping Dummy’s report on best lariats not to use
Driving isn’t only time to refrain from texting
Tangy sauces using apple butter spice up any meat
   
Current Articles   (Currents)
Search Current News      
First Previous Next Last
  Stories 91 to 100 of 183

E-Verify bill for immigrant workers stalls

The last Congress tried and failed to get a comprehensive immigration bill passed, so current lawmakers seem to be taking on the task in smaller chunks.
3/25/2015
Full Story...

Beef groups ready to lobby Congress for higher checkoff

Beef industry officials will spend the next few months educating members of Congress about proposed changes to the Beef Checkoff program.
3/25/2015
Full Story...

Measure seeks to clarify pesticide use regulations

The U.S. House Committee on Agriculture last week approved H.R. 897, the Reducing Regulatory Burdens Act of 2015.
3/25/2015
Full Story...

Women in agriculture seek help from other ag women

To kick off Women’s History Month in March, USDA has started a mentoring network for women in agriculture to share stories and tips, and to make connections.
3/25/2015
Full Story...

North Montgomery FFA fills bags to combat world hunger

The North Montgomery FFA chapter worked hard to provide 12,096 meals last week in the local community as well as around the globe.
3/25/2015
Full Story...

OSU study touts drastic yield benefits on no-till farm fields

Data from 50 years of research on continuous no-till plots show significantly higher crop yields than in till plots, said Alan Sundermeier, associate professor at The Ohio State University.
4/1/2015
Full Story...

How to plant cover may be as important as the seed choice

Mike Shuter said the younger generation is the reason he is working to improve his soil health.
4/1/2015
Full Story...

Economics not only factor for conservation decisions

Economics should be a factor in making decisions regarding the use of conservation practices on the farm, but shouldn’t be the only consideration, a Purdue University professor said recently.
4/8/2015
Full Story...
Author how-to especially for women, but useful to any prospective farmer
When Audrey Levatino first bought her 23-acre farm near Gordonsville, she didn’t expect to work the land herself. Now, as the owner of a cut-flower business and a menagerie, she drives tractors, repairs fences, cleans her chimney and wrangles black snakes – a far cry from the studious life of an urban English teacher that she lived before.
4/9/2015
Full Story...

Organic advocates file lawsuit against USDA over review

Fifteen organic food advocacy and watchdog groups have filed a lawsuit against the USDA, claiming the agency failed to follow proper procedure in a 2013 USDA move to streamline the approval procedure for inputs used in certified organic production.
4/15/2015
Full Story...
First Previous Next Last
  Stories 91 to 100 of 183