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Chesapeake Bay Ecosystem Recovery May Be Model for South Texas

For all the good and productive benefits of modern agriculture, like feeding the world and providing lasting sustenance for a growing population, there is a dark side–as there generally is for all things good and worthy.

 

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Straddling the border of Georgia and Florida are 300,000 acres of pristine pines and rolling, grassy hills. Hunting parties traverse the grounds, accompanied by mule-drawn, 100-year-old wagons, trained dogs and staff on horseback in search of wild bobwhite quail. Plantation homes sit at the end of long driveways, invisible to[…]

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ASA Disappointed in House Failure to Pass Farm Bill

The American Soybean Association expressed deep disappointment with the U.S. House of Representatives failure today to pass H.R. 2, the Agriculture and Nutrition Act of 2018. ASA calls on the U.S. House of Representatives to continue to work to seek passage of a Farm Bill this year to provide certainty[…]

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