No longer will landowners risk fines and enforcement action if they question EPA and Corps’ jurisdiction.
Michigan Farm Bureau President Carl Bednarski took time out of his busy planting season this week for a quick trip to Washington, D.C., invited by AFBF President Zippy Duvall to take part in a high-level discussion about the role Land Grant universities play in helping ensure the global food supply.
Since most biotech crops are genetically engineered to withstand treatment with the chemical, the reauthorization has escalated into a high-profile fight in the war over GMOs in Europe.
Michigan farmer Jed Welder said current economic challenges in production agriculture requires a lender who understands the economic perils facing farmers.
Natalina Sents’ one-year, 50-state Why I Farm Roadtrip is in full motion after visiting Michigan – the first state for the millennial blogger to spend a full week visiting farmers for her agvocacy project in partnership with Beck’s Hybrids.
How will the continuation of autonomous features in automobiles and tractor trailer rigs impact agricultural transportation needs?
Two Michigan Foundation for Agriculture Teacher Grants awarded last fall have resulted in successful new programs that connect young students with invaluable insights into agriculture and many of the auxiliary sciences that factor into it.
View pictures of the Corn Planting photo contest
Michigan Farm Bureau urges dry bean growers to seek independent legal advice prior to joining the class action lawsuit filed against the USDA’s Risk Management Agency.
The Michigan Senate unanimously passed legislation this week to bolster the state’s Grain Dealer’s Act and Farm Produce Insurance Act in the event a licensed grain dealer becomes insolvent, or declares bankruptcy.
Birchmeier warns farmers about getting in bed with an organization that’s dedicated to putting animal agriculture out of business.
Big changes are coming to some of your favorite yogurt products, specifically those produced by Dannon.
In late April, the Michigan House of Representatives approved a bill intended to help support Michigan farmers.
On July 23, 2015, The U. S. House of Representatives passed the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act in an effort to protect consumers and facilitate informed decision making.