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 the aftermath of the white nationalist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia — and Donald Trump’s controversially tepid response — a surprising group has emerged as the self-proclaimed voice of public morality: corporations. Read moreRead More »
While President Trump has received some criticism from the farm community for his harsh words on immigration, Ray Starling, special assistant to the president on agriculture, says the president understands agriculture’s need for access to a reliable labor force and will make it a priority to help fix the issue.[…]Read More »