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:

6/17/2013

AP: Milk money: Farm bill could hinge on dairy vote

Des Moines Register: Farm bill faces uncertain future in U.S. House

Stillwater NewsPress: Lucas says new farm bill coming

The Hill: GOP leader schedules farm bill vote

Politico: House set to begin on farm bill


6/14/2013

Wall Street Journal: Del Monte Canned-Food Business Is Up for Sale

NPR: Old McDonald Might Be A Lady: More Women Take Up Farming

Bloomberg: Agriculture Prices Slump After Emerging Market Currency Weakness

KFDA: Agriculture industry struggling to recover from drought

USA Today: Immigration overhaul backers dominate on ad spending

Bloomberg: Agriculture Prices Slump After Emerging Market Currency Weakness

Portage Online: Farm Bill Best Opportunity For COOL Changes: CCA

Yahoo! News: Farm Bill Could Pass the House Next Week, Agriculture Committee Chairman Says

Houston Chronicle: Senate passes farm bill, moving debate to House

The Vindicator: USDA announces a notice of contract proposals to support advanced biofuels production

Reuters: USDA racing to provide validated test for GMO wheat

USA Today: Labels sought for genetically modified food

Food Safety News: Scientists Debate New Study on GMO-Fed Pigs

Washington Post: Grocers say potato group illegally boosted spud prices, spied on farmers to enforce limits

Politico: Breast-feeding, potatoes dominate spending bill markup


6/13/2013

Star Tribune: In a first, rural America loses population as boomers put off moves to retirement counties

Successful Farming: USDA releases bearish data

AP: USDA: Cool, wet spring slows planting, plant growth, but record corn crop still expected

Washington Post: Corn prices fall after Department of Agriculture predicts record crop this year

Chico Enterprise-Record: Farm bill reforms would mean change for Sacramento Valley rice growers

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