Showcasing how vital railways are to agriculture

Producing food and fiber is only one step to providing for consumers, getting it where it needs to go in a timely manner is another.

The Farm Monitor’s John Holcomb shares how our nation’s railroads keep ag products chugging along.


Strong Warning: There may be a rail strike as soon as September

AFBF economist has an update on railway disruptions

New rail legislation could give a boost to market competition for U.S. wheat

Producers out West are learning from cotton growers in Louisiana and Mississippi this week at the National Cotton Council’s Producer Information Exchange Tour.
Meat exports were mixed for the first half of the year according to data compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation.
RFD-TV’s Tammi Arender shopped at Boot Barn on Broadway while chatting about the elements of Western fashion that concertgoers will be wearing in Nashville this weekend at CMA Fest.
The California Department of Food and Agriculture is hosting a series of webinars to help ensure the transition goes as smooth as possible.
Former U.S. Congressman and long-time ranking member of the House Ag Committee Charles Stenholm has died at 84.
“The United States can no longer turn a blind eye...”