A dairy organization is encouraging federal officials to move faster to approve animal-feed additives that reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The National Milk Producers Federation’s chief science officer Dr. Jamie Jonker says enteric emissions directly from cows currently account for roughly one-third of all... Read More.
The first major rule changes made to the H-2A guest worker program in more than a decade take effect this week. National Legislative Council John Kran is with Michigan Farm Bureau. “More and more farmers are looking at it as the only option to find... Read More.
A coalition leader says Washington’s efforts to lower prescription drug prices might endanger agricultural and other research and new product development. Joe Allen with the Bayh Dole Coalition tells Brownfield the 42-year-old law championed by former Senators Birch Bayh of Indiana and Bob Dole... Read More.
A member of the ethanol industry says proposing and finalizing next year’s biofuel blending requirements is crucial for growing the Renewable Fuel Standard. Chris Bliley, senior vice president of regulatory affairs with Growth Energy, says it’s recent agreement with EPA eliminates uncertainty for... Read More.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has ruled it will not impose tariffs on nitrogen fertilizers imported from Russia and Trinidad and Tobago. The ITC’s decision comes after CF Industries filed a petition late last year to have the commission place tariffs on urea ammonium... Read More.
Kansas state Sens. Pat Pettey, left, D-Kansas City, and Carolyn McGinn, R-Sedgwick, confer during a debate, Thursday, April 28, 2022, at the Statehouse in Topeka, Kan.... Read More.