The Environmental Protection Agency’s new “biological evaluation” makes access for trusted pesticides such as atrazine and glyphosate even harder.
Articles by Amanda Zaluckyj, The Farmer's Daughter USA
A Washington court has ruled that farms need to pay overtime to workers — and that this rule could apply retroactively even if past laws were followed.
The USDA has agents living in Mexico for the purpose of certifying organic food there to then carry the USDA’s organic label once it arrives in the U.S.
The EU’s organic label certification appears more comprehensive and regulated than the U.S. program, with the farm’s location being a major difference.
Scientific advances such as GalSafe pigs can offer practical answers to some of humanity’s most pressing problems.
The next Ag Secretary needs to be someone who is known as a friend of farmers, who understands the industry, and who can hit the ground running.
Major public-health organizations are pushing for a cancer warning on all alcoholic beverages, arguing that it’s needed for transparency and honesty.
The only way to help rural America have a broader voice is to have meaningful conversations about substance and policy and stay engaged.
Proposition 12 is having a ripple effect well beyond the borders of California, and constitutional challenges don’t appear to be going well.
So after seven years of engaging, here are 5 big things this crop-farmer’s daughter has learned about animal agriculture.