With women playing an even bigger role in the agricultural industry, it’s important to discuss specific farm safety issues for our demographic.
Twelve days ago, Congress released a statement saying the Farm Bill had been agreed upon “in principle.” Since then, it has been undergoing legislative language tweaks and awaiting Congressional Budget Office scores (read this to learn what CBO scores mean). Late Monday evening, both the House and Senate Agriculture Committees finally released the bipartisan conference […]
The FFA creed, written by E.M. Tiffany, was created it for the Wisconsin FFA during the third National FFA Convention.
The House Committee’s H.R. 2 draft Farm Bill is due to face a full-floor vote Friday, two days after more than 100 amendments were voted on.
Unginned upland cotton is being added back into Title I coverage under the Farm Bill to the joy of producers across the nation.
Regardless of whether you live in rural or suburban areas, or you’re producing the food versus only consuming it, the Farm Bill supports everyone.
Beginning farmers and ranchers should be familiar with the Farm Bill, also known as the Agricultural Act.
Instead of asking, “Why aren’t we there?” we should ask, “Why should we be there?,” in hopes to create more awareness of women in agriculture.