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ORLANDO, Fla., Feb. 27, 2013- A national Bee Care Tour will encourage growers, beekeepers and researchers to focus on the myriad of factors causing the decline in honey bee populations, said Robyn Kneen, Bayer
ORLANDO, Fla., Feb. 27, 2013- Most
countries, including those in the European Union, will accept biotechnology
food products by the year 2025, said Accenture Senior Director Rich Kottmeyer
during Bayer CropScience's 2013 Ag Issues Forum.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 22, 2013 - Key U.S. lawmakers
hailed a circuit court ruling in the case Dow AgroSciences LLC v. National
Marine Fisheries Service as a victory for sound science versus what they
NC. Feb. 20, 2013- Two recent court cases, involving crop insurance adjusters, agents and
tobacco farmers, indicate that federal courts are doing more to crack down on
sometimes elaborate schemes
Both urban and rural interests need to stick together in order for a farm bill to pass in the U.S. House of Representatives says Rep. Emanuel Cleaver in this week's Open Mic. Cleaver, whose congressional district covers both rural and urban parts of Northwest Missouri, is a former Kansas City mayor and the grandson of farmers. He is also past chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus. He hopes to vote for the House farm legislation but explains why he would like to see the final bill look more like the Senate version.