WASHINGTON, Sept. 13, 2017 – Call it market equilibrium or stability. Call it nap time in the Heartland’s farmland market. But across the Corn Belt, the Great Lake States and Northern Plains the land market is surely not the torrid trading pit it was just a few years ago.
WASHINGTON, May 17, 2016 - Scientists and makers of transportation materials are improving reflective and luminescent signage and roadway markings in ways that enhance safety and visibility for drivers, ...
WASHINGTON, Mar. 22, 2017 - Production of South America’s pseudo-grain, quinoa, is riding into North America on a wave of health-food enthusiasm, with farmers from the Sierra Nevada and Rocky Mountains to Canada’s dry Northern Plains and even western Ontario trying their luck at the crop.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 22, 2017 - There is a whale of a lot more needed than a robust farm bill to build the kind of substructure needed to sustain America’s rural and agricultural economy, according to the speakers on a rural infrastructure panel at the Farm Bill Summit sponsored by Agri-Pulse this week in Washington.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 15, 2017 - Twelve years after North Dakota Farmers Union members decided to open a restaurant in Washington, D.C., the ensuing company, Founding Farmers Restaurants (FFR), will open its sixth and seventh locations...
WASHINGTON, Mar. 1, 2017 - The chief agricultural trade negotiator for former President Barack Obama mixed in some hopeful projections while describing risks of trade disruption and possible economic losses brought on by the new U.S. administration’s aggressive tack on foreign trade.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 22, 2017 - In a display of both pop music talent and robotics advancement, Lady GaGa opened her flashy Super Bowl half-time show last month singing God Bless America while a computer choreographed 300 drones with red, white and blue LED lights in the sky to form a U.S. flag.