As more and more people get further removed from agriculture, fewer and fewer of them understand farming. But they all want to know where their food came from and whether they have a safe food supply.
In this Ag policy blog by Chris Clayton, Eve Turow Paul explains the difference in opinion Millennials and Baby Boomers have on food. “Food reconnects us,” Paul say, adding that “Food is identity.” It’s social currency. Read moreRead More »
In 2016, Reed boosted his non-GMO cotton to 2,000 acres, all blanketed with cereal rye to choke Palmer amaranth. He also planted his entire soybean crop (1,200 acres) in non-GMO production. Read moreRead More »