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Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting
One of the largest meat processing plants in central Illinois is battling an outbreak of coronavirus.
Internal docs show Monsanto, BASF prepared for drift complaints prior to dicamba launch.
A nine-month investigation by the Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting found that federal food inspectors are vulnerable to burnout, work overload, and other job hazards.
For the third straight year, a volatile pesticide is damaging crops across the Midwest and South, despite federal and state efforts to lessen the drift.
JBS undercut its competition by more than $1 per pound to win nearly $78 million in pork contracts launched to help American farmers offset an ongoing trade war.
Foreign investors acquired at least 1.6 million acres of U.S. agricultural land in 2016, the largest increase in more than a decade.