The Fertilizer Institute joined a coalition appealing a U.S. District Court ruling on the Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for nitrogen and phosphorus.
BASF rebuilds dicamba chemistry with new BAPMA salt in EngeniaTM herbicide. What do heavier molecular weight and stronger […]
Now celebrating 80 years of service, CropLife America continues its work on key legislative and regulatory issues affecting agriculture.
CropLife America supports a more holistic and scientific approach to understanding and improving pollinator health.
There has been little news on the farm bill since the August recess began.
Paul Derig of J.R. Simplot testified on behalf of the Agricultural Retailers Association at a House Subcommittee hearing titled “West Fertilizer, Off the Grid: The Problem of Unidentified Chemical Facilities.”
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says the U.S. is at risk of losing its position as the pre-eminent ag exporter unless Congress moves quickly to pass a farm bill.
More than 400 leading U.S. businesses, advocacy and farm organizations called on the House to enact immigration reform.
With only nine legislative days in September and many other items on the docket, lawmakers are concerned about getting a Farm Bill approved prior to the September 30 deadline.
As the debate about the future of the 2013 Farm Bill continues, an Ohio State University farm policy […]
Illinois Corn Growers Association President Paul Taylor released the following statement in response to the House of Representatives […]
WashingtonPost.com reports House Republicans successfully passed a Farm Bill Thursday, by splitting apart funding for food stamps from […]
Nearly a month after suffering an embarrassing defeat, House Republican leaders are considering a new strategy to try […]
The American Farm Bureau Federation announced it helped garner a group of more than 532 organizations that urged […]
Illinois corn farmers are very much against the current proposal to decouple the farm bill and food stamps […]
Agriculture leaders and stakeholders remain in limbo after the failure of the House’s version of the farm bill […]
Excerpt taken directly from a section entitled “Protecting Our Economy and Natural Resources”: Maintaining Agricultural Sustainability “Building on […]
Three Purdue University agricultural economists agree that another extension of 2008 farm legislation is a distinct possibility following […]
National Corn Growers Association President Pam Johnson released the following statement in response to the House of Representatives […]
The House defeated the farm bill resoundingly on a 195-234 vote Thursday, dealing another blow to Speaker John […]