The WinField Crop Adventure grand opening ceremonies at Fair Oaks Farms (near Winemac, IN) welcomed USDA Secretary of […]
A preemergence first strike against yield-limiting waterhemp can give soybeans the early season boost needed to reach yield […]
Via Reuters.com reporter P.J. Huffstutter: U.S. lawmakers have asked EPA to explain why it published – and then […]
In separate communications earlier this week, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced plans to conduct formal […]
We’re disappointed that the Maryland legislature chose not to stand up for sound science and the rights of […]
By and large, ag retailers like to use three letter acronyms in their day-to-day operations. Most talk about […]
Leaders from across the U.S. agriculture and food sectors are expressing support and optimism in new opportunities for […]
ResponsibleAg has announced the availability of MyPSM+RMP Compliance Assistance Tool and PSM Training Modules. These online materials will […]
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy and Canada’s Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna today announced that Canada and […]
As presidential candidates stake out their 2016 election platforms and key priorities, growers and their business partners should […]
The American Soybean Association (ASA) urged the European Commission today to continue its work in addressing delays in […]
In December, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a revised Interim Enforcement Policy addressing enforcement of […]
Congress just put the brakes on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s regulatory overreach. On July 22, OSHA […]
Failure by Congress to extend the deadline for the implementation of Positive Train Control (PTC) on the railroads […]
Recently, CropLife® magazine had the chance to talk with CropLife America about the association’s key objectives and concerns. […]
With today’s House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure as a backdrop, The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) registered its support […]
Gov. John Kasich has signed a bill aimed at protecting Lake Erie and Ohio’s water quality, reports editorial […]
State lawmakers on Wednesday finalized new rules designed to curb toxic algal blooms on Lake Erie, calling the regulations a major step forward in addressing the problem.
The Agricultural Retailers Association is hopeful Beltway gridlock will lessen in 2015, allowing some key agricultural initiatives to gain legislative ground.
More than 300 Ohio AgriBusiness Association (OABA) members and industry professionals were on hand to engage in collaborative learning and networking at the organization’s third annual Industry Conference, February 4-5, in Columbus, OH.