One of the most controversial environmental regulations of the 21st century has been withdrawn by the administration of the president who campaigned to end it.
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Taiwan recently signed a memorandum of understanding committing to purchase 5 million metric tons (197 million bushels) of United States corn and 500,000 tons of U.S. distiller’s dried grains with solubles, extending their stable buying commitment for another two years. The signing ceremony was held at the U.S. Capitol.
The National Western Stock Show is proud to announce Marcy and Bruce Benson as the 2020 Citizens of the West. This prestigious annual award recognizes those who embody the spirit and determination of Western pioneers and perpetuate the West’s agriculture heritage and ideals. A committee of community leaders selects recipients.
Organic farmers in the U.S. Corn Belt are feeling the effects of a tough 2019, with a decline in corn and soy production expected from this year’s harvest, according to the September Monthly Market Update from Mercaris.
Dan Basse, president of AgResource Company, provides a world-market overview and outlook for cattle from the 2019 Feeding Quality Forum. This video news is provided by Certified Angus Beef LLC and the American Angus Association. Visit www.CABcattle.com or www.angus.org for more information.
The Iowa weekly cattle auction summary indicated sales receipts of 8,229 head of cattle selling the week of Sept. 6 to 12, compared to 3,163 head the previous reporting period, according to the USDA-Iowa Department of Agriculture Market News, Des Moines, Iowa.
Agriculture is not exactly a new occupation and we don’t have an exact date as to when the first farmer planted a row of seeds or milked the first cow. However, a recent visit to the Bible’s book of Genesis made me consider that agriculture could be traced back to God’s first week on the job. Could Adam and Eve, the first man and woman in creation, also be the first farmers?
If your family struggles to make meal time happen, try creating kid-friendly recipes that bring everyone together at the table. For example, these Pulled Pork Sandwiches from “Family Table by Robert Irvine” can help you incorporate assistance from your kids to nourish both mind and body while committing to the efforts of the National Family Meals Movement, created by the Food Marketing Ins…
Colder weather calls for comfort food like these delicious and moist pumpkin bars. Start your favorite movie and warm up your chilly day with a cozy blanket, a mug of hot chocolate and a plate of some of these incredible Spiced Pumpkin Bars. Find more dessert recipes at culinary.net.
Creating a nutritious family dinner doesn’t have to mean sacrificing favorite dishes. For a healthier take on a traditional ethnic meal, these Blended Tacos involve blending ground beef with mushrooms before adding your desired toppings.
Casseroles are both hearty and economical choices when trying to feed a crowd (or a large family). Plus, when crunched for time, they’re quick to throw together and slide in the oven and can even be made ahead to put a filling, low-stress meal on the table following a busy day.