More and more illegal immigrant farm workers are avoiding the risks involved with illegally crossing the border to find work in the fields, and the downturn in the overall availability of farm laborers has taken a significant toll on U.S. farmers.
Former U.S. Representative Charlie Stenholm teaches a class on agriculture, energy, and food policy at Tarleton State University. The article below includes views and recommendations from that class, which have been “respectfully submitted to House and Senate Ag Committees.” Read moreRead More »
Immigration and trade are top on the list of priorities for U.S. farmers according to Mary Kay Thatcher, senior director of congressional relations for AFBF. There is hope that tax reform is on the way. Read moreRead More »