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The Agricultural Retailers Association (ARA) applauds the U.S. Senate’s passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
The bill would help boost ag carbon markets by creating a certification process at USDA.
ARA’s comments focused on a number of member priority issues, including labor, infrastructure, and crop input regulation.
The Seasonal Ag CDL program is critical to ensure ag retailers are able to provide the level of service its farmer customers require at peak time.
ARA strongly opposes the requirement that applicators notify property owners/operators about picloram’s persistence and restrictions on plant material.
It is essential that the ag retail industry is included in any climate-smart ag sustainability solutions, says ARA CEO Daren Coppock.
Agricultural Retailers Association (ARA) President and CEO Daren Coppock weighs in on the new administration.
The Biostimulant Council will advance policy and regulatory frameworks that increase biostimulant market access and encourage research and innovation.
Biological evaluations are the beginning of EPA’s Endangered Species Act consultation review process for certain pesticides.
Farmers and those who provide them credit, including ag retailers, bank on predictable and promised farm programs, says ARA President.
As the challenges of leadership pile up, CropLife America President Chris Novak works hard with his staff to sustain the organization’s focus and effectiveness.
Farmers Edge had sued Farmobile in the U.S. District Court for the District of Nebraska for breach of explicit or implicit contract.
Farmobile seeks over $20 million CAD in damages and an injunction prohibiting Farmers Edge from using the infringing technologies.
The U.S. inland waterways system provides the lowest-cost, most fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly way to transport products.
The rule will speed up the approval process for infrastructure projects, benefiting the rural communities ag retailers live and work in.