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:

6/5/2013

Politico: Say-on-pay: A farm bill issue

Kansas City Star: Farm bill debate requires personal focus

USAgNet: Sen. Reid Moves to End Farm Bill Debate


6/4/2013

Reuters: Food manufacturers push for end to sugar-to-ethanol program

San Diego Free Press: Monsanto in the hot seat

Daily Mail: Ben & Jerry's vows to stop using GMO ingredients in North America by next year

Bloomberg: U.S. Farmland Values Seen Declining as World Grain Output Rises

Lincoln Journal Star: Most of corn crop in good shape, soil moisture improved, USDA says

Reuters: More rains to slow US crop plantings in pivotal week

Successful Farming: Is the rally over?

AP: USDA Says Wet Conditions Continue to Hamper Farmers in SD

Wall Street Journal: Monsanto Rules Out Some GMO Wheat Scenarios

Oregon Public Broadcasting: USDA Boosts Investigation Of Oregon GMO Wheat

Washington Post: When was the last time Congress met for four consecutive weeks?

The Hill: Senate votes for a farm bill amendment to study alfalfa farming risks

The Hill: Democrats see farm bill, rural voters as key to 2014 election

Huffington Post: Farm Bill Could Reduce Transparency Of Agriculture Safety Net

New York Times: Connecticut Approves Labeling Genetically Modified Foods


6/3/2013

Springfield News-Sun: Soup kitchen spurns USDA food to retain prayer

New York Times: Fracking Test Ties Between California Oil and Ag Interests

Echo Press: USDA seeks sign-ups for wetlands, grasslands conservation programs

Newsplex: Kaine Gets Input From Small Local Farmers Before Farm Bill Vote

Clarion-Ledger: Southern farmers waiting anxiously for farm bill action

KTVB: Sen. Crapo: farm bill could change how farmers do business

PolicyMic:Farm Bill 2013: Cuts That Ditch Two Million People From Food Stamps Are Unbelievably Cruel

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