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.



Grand Forks Herald: Farm bill support frays amid tight money, shifting alliances

National Journal: Proposal to Split Farm Bill Divides Congress

Farm Futures: Farm Bill Progress Report

Ag Week: Agriculture's clout

Post Bulletin: Splitting the farm bill not a good idea, says Collin Peterson


New York Times: PETA Finds Itself on Receiving End of Others' Anger

Washington Post: In rural Tennessee, a new way to help hungry children: A bus turned bread truck

Detroit Free Press: As urban agriculture blossoms, backyard chicken battles brew

Wall Street Journal: Sugar Slides as Brazil's Real Weakens

The Messenger: USDA: U.S. plants 97 million corn acres

AP: Kansas State agriculture experts see drones as valuable future tools for farmers

Yuma News Now: USDA Urges Arizona "Don't Go Green"

New York Times: In Congress, Gridlock and Harsh Consequences

The Hill: EPA set to unveil host of new regs

Reno Gazette Journal: Could USDA horse slaughterhouse approval be good news for wild horses?

Politico: Immigration bill's starts and stops

HPPR: Farm groups keep up farm bill pressure

AP: Reid pressures House to pass farm bill

KMALand: Latham expects Farm Bill re-vote

Minnesota Public Radio: Farm bill support frays amid tight money, shifting alliances

The Hill: Farm bill decision looms for Boehner

Omaha World-Herald: Crop subsidies, food stamps now at odds

Politico: Agriculture at crossroads in Congress

Fox News: Congress returns to immigration, student loans, farm bill; issues splitting Democrats, Republicans

Washington Post: Congress returns to busy July of nominations, student loans, farm bill and immigration

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