Even though it feels like the previous farm bill just passed, you should know work is already underway to assemble ideas for policy or program changes for the next one. Most provisions of the Agricultural Act of 2014 expire on Oct. 1, 2018.
After 100 years of assertions about the roots of citrus, a global group of scientists – including a University of Florida professor – has traced the evolutionary history of Florida’s signature crop up to 8 million years ago in the Himalayas of Southeast Asia. Read moreRead More »
U.S. cotton farmers can’t wait on the next farm bill. A bipartisan Congressional coalition urged President Trump to help stabilize the industry now by operating the Cotton Ginning Cost Share Program on an ongoing basis. Read moreRead More »