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MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE: Fall Agritourism Activities Happening on Farms Around the State

The department is encouraging Marylanders to support their local farmers and rural communities this fall by visiting a Maryland farm that offers agritourism activities. » Read More

MINNESOTA FARM BUREAU: Minnesota Farm Bureau Statement on Renewable Fuels Agreement

Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) is pleased to see an agreement to protect the Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS). » Read More

GEORGIA FARM BUREAU: Chick-fil-A reaches goal of serving "no antibiotics ever" chicken

Chick-fil-A announced on Sept. 12 it has reached its goal to serve No Antibiotics Ever (also known as “NAE”) chicken in its more than 2,400 restaurants in the United States. » Read More

AMERICAN FARM BUREAU FEDERATION: USDA Must End NRCS Abuses

Farmers and ranchers are being denied due process as part of an abuse of discretion by the Natural Resources Conservation Service, according to a scathing ruling by the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. » Read More

ARKANSAS FARM BUREAU: Repeal of WOTUS Rule a Victory for Clean Water, Clear Rules

Repeal of the 2015 Waters of the United States rule is a victory for clean water and clear rules, according to the Arkansas Farm Bureau. » Read More

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MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY: MDEQ Awards Waste Tire Grant to HCUA

The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) has awarded the Harrison County Utility Authority a $51,500 two-year waste tire grant to continue the local waste tire collection program for small quantity generators of waste tires. » Read More

IDAHO FARM BUREAU: Chinese barley malt trade team visits Idaho

A trade team representing China’s craft beer industry visited Idaho Oct. 9-12 to learn about the state’s malt barley industry. » Read More

MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE: Preventing Suicide in Ag Communities Training Available

Farmers and others who work in agriculture are used to helping neighbors, clients, family and friends do chores or make repairs, but they may not know how to help someone having thoughts of suicide. » Read More

FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES: Florida Forest Service Urges Caution as Dry Conditions Elevate Wildfire Threat

The Florida Forest Service is urging Floridians to exercise caution as record high temperatures and dry conditions are expected to continue throughout the state, elevating the fire danger level. » Read More

ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE & INDUSTRIES: 2020 Alabama Hemp Program Update

The Alabama Hemp program launched in the beginning of 2019, after the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (i.e. Farm Bill) declassified hemp as a schedule 1 drug and deemed hemp as an agriculture commodity. » Read More

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