Ryan Quarles, Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner and President of the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture, discusses the need of animal biotechnology to create a healthy and resilient world.
In this opinion piece Kerry Tucker and Teresa Siles discuss the current environment, where distrust is rampant and pessimism is high, and how agriculture’s ability to positively shape the future for multiple generations could be the bright light many are seeking.
A key senator involved in developing the Republican coronavirus relief package for farmers defended the broad authority it gives to USDA to spend $20 billion in farm aid, but he said the Trump administration likely will need to provide assurances about how the money will be spent.
For all of you working on farms and ranches, you realize that the important work of producing food and feeding people never stops. It’s the same pattern for those in our packing plants, our truckers, our food workers and everyone along the supply chain from farm to fork.