NASDA, a bipartisan organization built around the appointed and elected state agricultural directors an commissioners, is out with a letter to congressional budget leadership that lays down some markers on spending needs when the next federal fiscal year begins Oct. 1.
National Farmers Union President Roger Johnson says the cuts to EPA and USDA hit rural economies hard and the proposed cuts to the EPA could impact future pesticide approvals. Read moreRead More »
Farm Journal asked three veteran agricultural leaders who have had their eyes on Washington—from the inside and out—for decades to estimate how ag will fare in the next four years in seven vital areas. Read moreRead More »