Members of the modern environmental and animal rights activist movement probably think they are waking up to a bad nightmare on Monday morning as one of its beloved news sources, Treehugger.com, reports that meat-eating is on the rise.
U.S. District Court dismissed a lawsuit brought by the Humane Society of the U.S. and other activist groups against the EPA, alleging the agency would not regulate confined animal feeding operations.
Don’t forget your manure nutrient management plans in the haste of bringing in the fall crop and hauling manure onto your fields.
A federal appeals court overruled a lower court decision to throw out a lawsuit brought by the NPPC and the American Farm Bureau Federation against the U.S. EPA over the release of farmers’ personal information.
Managing odors at hog units seems to be a never-ending challenge, but there are many practices that producers can implement to lessen the impact odors have on the operation and neighbor relations...
USDA predicts record corn and soybean crops as most of the crops are in good to excellent condition; study shows means testing crop insurance would impact few; Trump’s economic plan unveiled.
It is time to buckle up for the traditional and seemingly inevitable fourth quarter equity drain, and it’s time to reassess your production costs.
Legislative Preview covers anti-checkoff legislation, USDA presence in Cuba, Republican ag platform, Clinton's VP choice and Congress recess.
Placement, age and quality of product, and product deficiencies are the main reasons that concrete slatted hog floors have failed and collapsed.