August 3, 2021, marks 100 years since the first airplane was used in aerial pesticide application, a watershed moment that changed agriculture forever.
Articles by Amanda Zaluckyj, The Farmer's Daughter USA
The PR war always makes meat the villain, and that’s based on a thorough misinformation campaign. And usually the ‘bad guy’ doesn’t win in the end.
The Birds and Bees Protection Act would prohibit the use of neonicotinoid insecticides, but decisions based on questionable data leave family farmers in a bind This week the New York legislature began advancing the Birds and Bees Protection Act. If it passes both chambers and is signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the […]
Biden’s 30×30 plan and American the Beautiful report go to almost comical lengths to call the conservation effort voluntary as farmer concerns linger.
While it’s astounding to see how the Cultivate food program adapted and thrived during the pandemic, the mission isn’t accomplished.
While there is space for meat and plant-based “meat” in our food system, there’s no room for companies like Impossible Foods that aren’t being honest.
Aside from some differences between U.S. and Canada organic regulations, products accepted for certification in one country are accepted in the other.
More research will show that farm landlord relationships don’t hinder conservation production methods and, in turn, foster community and trust.
The USDA is looking for public comments specifically on climate-smart agriculture and forestry; biofuels, bioproducts, and renewable energy.
Imagine a world that relies on agriculture to take the lead in solving a problem like climate change. We need to insert ourselves into the discussion.