A truly modernized NAFTA will use science-based rules that prevent and resolve unfair trade barriers allegedly erected in the name of protecting animal, plant or human health.
Contrary to what you’ll likely hear on CNN, the dark sky on August 21 is not Donald Trump’s fault, nor is it to be blamed on the Russians.
This opinion was first published by the Argus Leader in Sioux Falls, South Dakota
In addition to vaccination, horse owners should protect their horses against mosquitoes by applying repellent, eliminating standing water and bringing horses indoors from early evening until after sunrise when mosquitoes are out in full force.
We see today more than ever how important ag education is becoming in our society and how often we wish it reached further, enabling an understanding of farming, trust in farmers, and fact-based conversation.
Increasingly, groceries will be sold online and delivered to the door or a distribution point for pick-up.
Regulatory burdens are just as much to blame as political gridlock for the slow pace of infrastructure improvements.
Sales into Cuba from the U.S. have declined in recent years, while sales from the rest of the world have increased.
We had real-world examples of farmers doing the right things, just trying to make a living from the farm, and facing overregulation and extortion by the Environmental Protection Agency. Those examples brought the issue of overregulation to life.
As Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Pat Roberts recently said, "Agriculture has already given at the store."
No matter its size, no farm should be shut out from the deductions and provisions that are designed to help businesses create jobs and boost the economy.
As more employers plan to use the H-2A program, completing the following items this year will make an easier transition to H-2A employment.
The dairy industry is facing a challenging time, a cyclical downturn that’s lasted longer than in previous cycles, and is expected to continue for at least the near-term.
Farming is a challenging undertaking, with long days that start early and are filled with physical demands from running the tractor to calving cows to fixing equipment to repairing fence posts.
I am frequently asked "what is a gun trust and when should I create one?" The short answer is that gun trusts are created primarily to acquire, possess and use firearms regulated by the National Firearms Act of 1934 (the NFA).
For many farmers, it seems hardly a year goes by without some form of capital investment, whether in equipment, facilities, livestock or land.