The Laureates asked how many poor people in the world must die before we consider this a “crime against humanity,” stating that opponents to the technology have misrepresented their risks, benefits and impacts, and supported the criminal destruction of approved field trials and research projects.
A parent of a special needs child approached Tiffany Howell, a 34-year-old mother of three kids, and wondered why she, of all people, had formed a peer-to-peer group in Lapeer County that pairs 4-H coaches with mildly to severely disabled children.
This new program will help give Farm Bureau members the tools they need to get involved in government, represent agriculture and learn how to make a difference.
“I think people need to understand that farming is a business, and for the most part, I’ve found that people’s perceptions of farming is very positive.”
The four Michigan Farm Bureau finalists in the Young Farmer Excellence in Agriculture Award contest display the art of excellence.
Environmental activists brought a lawsuit against several dairies in Washington under the Resources Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976 for what they claimed was the inappropriate storage and handling of animal manure.
Cattle breeders urged to nominate bulls with high potential by Sept. 1.
The company’s new name will be DowDuPont. The two will become one, then separate into three independent companies.
“A farmer knows personally what’s right and wrong, but yet many times we have a bureaucrat who tells him that he knows better than the farmer.”
To schedule an appointment, contact your local FSA office.
Governor Snyder visits Herbruck's Farm
No, you’re not cooing and you’re not making “goo-goo gah-gah” sounds. You’re doing something much worse. You’re calling young livestock “babies.”
Shoppers in Vermont better stock up while they can – they’re about to lose 3,000 products from grocery store shelves due to the mandatory GMO labeling law.