As dramatic as the 2016 election cycle has come to be, there’s one area of politics that has been relatively drama-free. That’s the prospect of losing current members of the Senate Ag Committee.
President Donald Trump’s pick to lead the U.S. Department of Agriculture will sever ties with his farming business while keeping his real estate investments, according to disclosures released Sunday by the Office of Government Ethics. Read moreRead More »
American agriculture “continues to advance through hard work and innovation” by the nation’s farmers, but innovation “often requires increased capital, and it is essential that credit availability keep pace with the demands of modern producers,” says Rep. Michael Conaway, R-Texas. Read moreRead More »