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The Farm News video team visited with the Meyer exhibitor at the 2016 Farm Science Review in London, OH.
The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) received 16-percent more Right to Farm complaints and farmer-requested verifications last year, rising from 133 in 2014 to 154 in 2015.
Growers should pay extra attention to temperature of fruit going into controlled atmosphere storage.
“If we act now to improve habitat and protection of these species, we can demonstrate to regulators that we don’t need the severe restrictions and limitations that come with an endangered species listing.”
Issues related to urban agriculture grabbed most of this week’s ag-related headlines in Michigan.
The proposed change will likely lead to increased estate taxes.
The resource includes seven sequential lesson plans for educators which address national learning standards for 7th to 10th grade students.
A recent analysis estimates it will take $276 million to adequately implement the FSMA, yet to date the federal government has only provided $104 million
This technology can detect a broad range of plant diseases across multiple crops.
A series of meetings is planned to help farmers manage with swine herds.
Think of your financial statements and projections as blueprints for future success.