Despite the looming specter of weather extremes and a myriad of other tough challenges, like rising input costs, projections indicate a significant decline in crop insurance prices compared to previous years for key U.S. commodities.
Texas A&M‘s Ag & Food Policy Chief, Dr. Joe Outlaw, predicts lawmakers may not draft a new Farm Bill until 2025, missing the first deadline by nearly two years.
Sen. Debbie Stabenow says the biggest issue getting a new Farm Bill passed is how funding is allocated.
Secretary Vilsack says the Corporation could be a way to increase crop subsidy triggers or even reference prices, calling the $30-billion, government-owned company operated by the USDA, a silver bullet.
The USDA’s ARC/PLC Program will extend through Sept. 30, 2024, and farmers have a few weeks left to decide their commodity title choices by the March deadline.
Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation field services administrator Joe McKinnon announced he will retire at the end of the year. So, producers across the state gathered to celebrate his impact over a 35-year career in agriculture.
A newly retired Farm Credit System employee recently took home a big award — and to celebrate, the Mississippi Farm Bureau talked with some of his closest friends about his contributions to agriculture.
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