The Daily Yonder
Farmers in the Cerrado savanna in Brazil created healthier pastures, but doing so required more than just training.
Two bills would give the federal government more investigative tools and transparency in pricing.
There’s just not enough money to go around, partially because factory farms use up much of the allocations, says the report’s author.
Though the United States granted women legal equality for property rights decades ago, women are still not not inheriting farmland as often as their male relatives.
Mandatory country of origin labeling is back on the table with the American Beef Labeling Act, which would reinstate COOL for beef after its repeal in 2015.
Farm advocates say that record-breaking fertilizer prices are decimating farmer profits.