By: David Saxowsky, Associate Professor
The nation recently has given considerable attention to the Environmental
Protection Agency’s (EPA) revised regulation that defines “waters of the United
States” for the purpose of the Clean Water Act.
Despite the conflicting opinions and… Continue reading
By: Larry Corah
Sometimes you are reading emails, see something you realize is not spam—and your only reaction is WOW!
Such was mine as I looked at qualifying numbers for the Certified Angus Beef ® brand for the months of… Continue reading
By: Miranda Reiman
If you don’t believe the global factors affecting the U.S. cattle market are numerous and complicated, you probably haven’t heard Dan Basse, president of Ag Resource Company, give an economic outlook.
By 2040, Japan’s population will drop… Continue reading
By: Terri Queck-Matzie
Purina Animal Nutrition Cattle Consultant Chance Farmer, Ph.D, says the first element to tackle is producer expectation. “They’re not going to gain an enormous amount,” says… Continue reading
National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization (AITC), an organization dedicated to increasing agricultural literacy among students and their teachers, has recently partnered with New Holland Agriculture in its mission to teach the importance of agriculture in the classroom. “As an… Continue reading
LAFAYETTE, Ind.—Farm and other agribusiness operations looking for convenient, cost-effective ways to improve workplace safety and meet compliance requirements under the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) have a dynamic new option available online.
Good Day’s Work is a web-based… Continue reading