On Monday, the Public Lands Council President David Elliason said the group is hoping western ranchers can run their sheep on vacant allotments to help relieve some of the upset from issues like wildfires and battles with environmental groups.
A compromise in the House of Representatives was set to lead to action on an ag immigration package in July, but that didn’t happen. Now, a key lawmaker in the conversation wants to keep the issue from fading away.
A string of nuisance lawsuits in North Carolina has ag leaders there sounding the alarm of what such litigation could mean for production agriculture.
The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association wants to set standards on regulation and terminology for an emerging food technology trend.
The Senate has named its farm bill conferees, officially clearing the way for Congress to merge its two versions of the farm bill together.
A new report from the Environmental Protection Agency shows long term improvements but short term setbacks in the nation’s overall air quality.