AG In The Mainstream Media Archive




We collect links from the "Mainstream" media each week to offer you other views of Agriculture today.  We display the most recent 20 links on most pages on the website, and show you the rest of our collection here on this page.


AG IN THE MAINTREAM LINKS:

8/6/2013

Farm Futures: HSUS Going After King Amendment in Farm Bill

Williston Herald: Hoeven appointed to farm bill committee

Radio Iowa: Lack of new Farm Bill leaves farmers without information to plan ahead


8/5/2013

Examiner: Recent ground beef recall for E. coli contamination

Inside Futures: Can Markets Bounce Ahead Of USDA Report?

Los Angeles Times: What do food stamps buy?

Washington Post: USDA reviews whether bacteria-killing chemicals are masking salmonella

New York Times: Hog Producers Battling to Contain Virus That Has Killed Piglets by the Thousands

Wall Street Journal: Canada-EU Trade Negotiators Draw Up "Break-Out Package" on Outstanding Issues

Bloomberg: Botulism Halts Fonterra's Milk-Powder Sales to China

Washington Post: Nation's largest irrigation district fights for water, twin tunnel project for Calif. farmers

Star Tribune: Farm bill politics

Sioux City Journal: Splitting farm, food programs could destroy farm bill: Harkin

Missoulian: Daines: Half measures unacceptable for farm bill

Times Republican: Farm bill in limbo as Congress goes on vacation

Reuters: Senate names negotiators for U.S. farm bill stuck in House

Roll Call: Farm Bill Negotiations to Continue Into September As Expiration Looms

Billings Gazette: Daines: Half measures unacceptable for farm bill


8/2/2013

AP: Pot farm pollution: Too dangerous to deal with?

Washington Post: Corn slumps to its lowest level in three years as wet weather improves crop outlook

Wall Street Journal: Sugar Processors Repay $16.3 Million in Loans

Wall Street Journal: How to Ensure You Have No Beef With Your Lamb

Bloomberg: Burger Costs Rising With Beef Supply at 21-Year Low

Bloomberg: India Eases Investment Rules to Woo Wal-Mart to Tesco

The Hill: Tech and agriculture industries team up to lobby for immigration reform

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