Land & Water Management

RFD-TV Agricultural Law & Taxation expert Roger McEowen discusses the Supreme Court’s recent repeal of the Chevron agreement and other current topics in ag law.
Maritime trade resumes in Baltimore, as rail labor halts in Canada; farmer sentiment drops; plus, new studies and aid in the wake of HPAI H5N1 cases in dairy cattle.
New testing requirements for dairy cattle producers facing HPAI; ranchers fire back on a controversial proposal from the Bureau of Land Management; and our latest feel-good stories about some country music legends.
A beef specialist with the Iowa State University Extension recommends producers develop a pasture “to-do list” to keep their lands thriving despite challenging conditions.
USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey says there are a few silver linings in the spring forecast for farmers even if El Niño doesn’t make its exit in the coming weeks.
Congress has already approved more than $11 million for design work and $45 million for the first phase of construction, which is set to begin next month.
Another round of HPAI cases in poultry and dairy cattle plague Michigan producers, updates on the Kansas wildfires, and other top rural news stories from last week.
Wildfires have broken out in Kansas, consuming thousands of acres north of Manhattan.
A recent Cannonball Jellyfish bloom off the coast of Venezuela is a major concern for the seafood industry that fish those waters.
As the U.S. cattle herd hits its lowest levels since 1951, one major contributing factor is ongoing drought conditions affecting many parts of farm country.
In this Firm to Farm blog post, RFD-TV agri-legal expert Roger McEowen tackles a handful of topics related to property rights.
Louisiana’s crawfish industry is in turmoil as extreme weather conditions wreak havoc on what is leftover to harvest, threatening significant financial losses of around $140 million.