Debra S. Fischer, a rancher and state senator from Nebraskaâ€™s sparsely-populated sand hills, upset two better-known men with experience in statewide elections, yesterday to win the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate this fall. She will face Democratic nominee Bob Kerrey, a former governor an
U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk said today that the United States has asked the World Trade Organization (WTO) to establish a dispute settlement panel to rule on its assertion that New Delhiâ€™s restrictions on imports U.S. poultry meat and chicken eggs violates Indiaâ€™s obligations under WTO trade
The current farm program baseline tilts heavily in favor of cotton, wheat, peanuts and rice, according to a short primer on farm program budgeting prepared by a Cornell University agricultural economist
Seven former secretaries of agriculture during their joint appearance at USDAâ€™s Outlook Forum today united in the belief that increasing production to meet the needs of billions more people in the coming years will be its greatest test.