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  • government shutdown

Senate votes to end government shutdown

The U.S. Senate voted today to end the partial government shutdown by a vote of 81-18. Democrats joined Republicans to clear the way for the passage of a short-term spending package that would fund the [...]

  • rural economy

CoBank releases 2018 rural economy outlook report

By Justin Walker Communications Specialist The national cooperative bank, CoBank, released “The Year Ahead: Forces that will shape the U.S. [...]

  • Texas Ag Forum

Texas Ag Forum to feature farm bill discussions

The 2018 Farm Bill is on the minds of farmers and ranchers. The agricultural policy and political considerations for the [...]

  • JBS

JBS to sell Five Rivers Cattle Feeding

By Justin Walker Communications Specialist Two Texas feedyards are among the assets a leading global food company plans to sell. [...]

  • sorghum

Fueled by grain sorghum

By Jessica Domel Multimedia Reporter We could be just months away from grain sorghum-fueled trucks, jets and heaters. The Environmental [...]

  • egg product inspections

FSIS announces proposed changes to egg product inspections

By Justin Walker Communications Specialist The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced a proposed [...]

  • cancer

WHO cancer agency denies wrongdoing in glyphosate inquiry

By Jessica Domel Multimedia Reporter More than a month after a congressional committee threatened to cut its funding, the World [...]

  • tree

TCIA issues winter tree, shrub care tips

By Justin Walker Communications Specialist The Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) released guidelines to help trees and shrubs survive the [...]

  • Purple Plow

Purple Plow challenge runs through May 1

Growing Your Community is the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture’s latest Purple Plow challenge. The interactive challenge, which runs [...]