The energy bill containing a 36-billion-gallon renewable fuels standard (RFS) that was approved by the House of Representatives on Tuesday became law Wednesday morning with President George W. Bush's signature.
Not only is health insurance failing to protect farm and ranch families from financial risk, but it's directly contributing to their financial problems, according to report released today by The Access Project, a nonprofit resource center based in Boston,
A renewable fuels standard (RFS) of which 15 billion gallons comes from corn, inched closer to law today, creating a solid foundation for grain-derived ethanol to continue to flourish, according to a report from the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA)
For a lot of grain farmers, 2007 has been a pretty good year. But, before you drop those extra dollars on new iron or that long-desired vacation to the tropics, make sure you've got all your financial bases covered.
After more than a year of bad press about commodity program payments going to wealthy residents of New York City and Houston-area ranchettes, the Senate backed away from putting a hard cap on those payments at $250,000 per couple Thursday.