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.



AP: Welch: Farm bill is setback for Vt. dairy farmers

AP: FACT CHECK: Farm bill doesn't end food stamps


ABC News: Meat Industry Sues USDA, Saying Country-of-Origin Label Leads to Higher Costs

Wall Street Journal: USDA Forecasts Higher U.S. Corn Supplies

Wall Street Journal: Disease Kills Shrimp Output, Pushes U.S. Prices Higher

Wall Street Journal: Sugar Purchases Not So Sweet

Financial Times: Boost for campaign to curb food-based biofuels in EU

Washington Post: China: Substantive negotiations with US on a bilateral investment treaty can begin soon

Kansas City Star: Consumer groups fret as first round of European trade talks nears end

Politico: Parties seek advantage in immigration dance

The Hill: House Republicans crafting DREAM Act-like immigration bill

Reuters: House passes controversial farm bill without food stamps

Politico: Farm bill debate ignites confusion

New York Times: House approves farm bill that is stripped of food stamp program

The Ledger: Agriculture Department Drops Final Citrus Harvest Estimate for 2012-13

UPI: House passes farm bill on strength of GOP vote

Washington Post: Farm bill passes narrowly in House, without food stamp funding

Bloobmerg: House-Passed Farm Bill Deemed Flawed by Senate Democrats


The Hill: Smithfield Foods vows business as usual after Chinese takeover

New York Times: Republicans in House Resist Overhaul for Immigration

Politico: GOP reaching out to Dems on immigration

Wall Street Journal: House GOP Leaders Splits Farm Bill in Two

Washington Post: GOP response to farm bill debacle: Move it further to the right

Reuters: Attempt to revive farm bill falls short in House

Bloomberg: Farm Bill Minus Food-Aid Section Ready for House Vote

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