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Read more about Farmers and John Deere suppliers worry about strike's impact
Read more about Farmers and John Deere suppliers worry about strike's impact

Farmers and John Deere suppliers worry about strike's impact

Oct 18, 2021
Read more about Farmers and John Deere suppliers worry about strike's impact
Read more about Farmers and John Deere suppliers worry about strike's impact
Farmers and Deere & Co. suppliers are worried about what the strike at the tractor maker's factories will mean for their livelihoods.
Read more about Unhappy with prices, ranchers look to build own meat plants
Read more about Unhappy with prices, ranchers look to build own meat plants

Unhappy with prices, ranchers look to build own meat plants

Oct 17, 2021
Read more about Unhappy with prices, ranchers look to build own meat plants
Read more about Unhappy with prices, ranchers look to build own meat plants
Ranchers have come up with a plan to retain more of the profits from the cattle they raise: processing their own beef.
Read more about Why coffee could cost more at groceries, cafes
Read more about Why coffee could cost more at groceries, cafes

Why coffee could cost more at groceries, cafes

Sep 30, 2021
Read more about Why coffee could cost more at groceries, cafes
Read more about Why coffee could cost more at groceries, cafes
As if a cup of coffee wasn’t expensive enough, a confluence of factors is driving up farmers' costs to grow the beans and it could begin filtering down to your local cafe before the end of the year. Here’s a look at some factors that could determine whether Americans will be paying more for their morning jolt in the near future.
Read more about India's farmers renew protests, challenging Modi government
Read more about India's farmers renew protests, challenging Modi government

India's farmers renew protests, challenging Modi government

Sep 27, 2021
Read more about India's farmers renew protests, challenging Modi government
Read more about India's farmers renew protests, challenging Modi government
Thousands of Indian farmers blocked traffic on major roads and railway tracks outside of the nation's capital on Monday.
Read more about Police arrest Indian minister's son in killing of farmers
Read more about Police arrest Indian minister's son in killing of farmers

Police arrest Indian minister's son in killing of farmers

Oct 11, 2021
Read more about Police arrest Indian minister's son in killing of farmers
Read more about Police arrest Indian minister's son in killing of farmers
Indian police on Saturday arrested the son of a junior minister in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government as a suspect days after nine people were killed in a deadly escalation of yearlong demonstrations by tens of thousands of farmers.
Read more about When will cannabis licenses be issued in New York State? It’s hazy.
Read more about When will cannabis licenses be issued in New York State? It’s hazy.

When will cannabis licenses be issued in New York State? It’s hazy.

Sep 23, 2021
Read more about When will cannabis licenses be issued in New York State? It’s hazy.
Read more about When will cannabis licenses be issued in New York State? It’s hazy.
Six months after former Gov. Andrew Cuomo officially legalized recreational marijuana, potential growers, retailers and processors have not been able to apply for licenses and don't know when they'll be able to.
Read more about No bull: Scientists potty train cows to use 'MooLoo'
Read more about No bull: Scientists potty train cows to use 'MooLoo'

No bull: Scientists potty train cows to use 'MooLoo'

Sep 13, 2021
Read more about No bull: Scientists potty train cows to use 'MooLoo'
Read more about No bull: Scientists potty train cows to use 'MooLoo'
Turns out cows can be potty trained as easily as toddlers. Maybe easier.
Read more about Rural population losses add to farm and ranch labor shortage
Read more about Rural population losses add to farm and ranch labor shortage

Rural population losses add to farm and ranch labor shortage

Aug 16, 2021
Read more about Rural population losses add to farm and ranch labor shortage
Read more about Rural population losses add to farm and ranch labor shortage
Rural America lost more population in the latest census, highlighting an already severe worker shortage in the nation's farming and ranching regions and drawing calls from those industries for immigration reform to help ease the problem.
Read more about Florida mayor urges water limits because of COVID-19 surge
Read more about Florida mayor urges water limits because of COVID-19 surge

Florida mayor urges water limits because of COVID-19 surge

Aug 21, 2021
Read more about Florida mayor urges water limits because of COVID-19 surge
Read more about Florida mayor urges water limits because of COVID-19 surge
The mayor of the Florida city of Orlando asked residents on Friday to stop watering their lawns and washing their cars immediately, saying water usage needed to be cut back because of the recent surge of COVID-19 hospitalizations.
Read more about EXPLAINER: Western states face first federal water cuts
Read more about EXPLAINER: Western states face first federal water cuts

EXPLAINER: Western states face first federal water cuts

Aug 16, 2021
Read more about EXPLAINER: Western states face first federal water cuts
Read more about EXPLAINER: Western states face first federal water cuts
U.S. officials on Monday are expected to declare the first-ever water shortage from a river that serves 40 million people in the West, triggering cuts to some Arizona farmers next year amid a gripping drought.