Today, information is shared at an unprecedented speed. Not so at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and USDA’s Agricultural Research Service (ARS), both of which have been conspicuously silent online this week.
The facts indicate that the world wheat market has changed; those changes are probably permanent; and the changes are not favorable for U.S. wheat production or prices Read moreRead More »
Arkansan soybean farmers are wrapping up a summer of harvesting bumper crops alongside the crippling devastation of their neighbors’ fields. The same herbicide is causing both optimism and bitterness in the region, and discussions over its future use is dividing farmers, scientists, and industry. Read moreRead More »