Three bills are on the table, but only one of them promises to unshackle small and independent ranchers.
Department of Agriculture
A renewed push to pass the PRIME Act picks up steam as COVID-19 leaves us all asking “Where’s the beef?”
Dirt farmers want the feds to stack the deck in their favor.
Instead of $12.5 billion in new agriculture purchases exports to China this year, the USDA expects less than $4 billion.
"I would have to grow at least three times as many plants under the USDA rule to produce the same amount of CBD as I get out of one plant now."
This is why we can't have serious conversations about government spending.
Government has tilted the scales in milk's favor for so long that dairies forgot how to compete.
There's no need for most federal agencies to be stationed in the nation's capital, one of the most expensive cities in the country.
The Agricultural Research Service announced that it would no longer be using cats for research purposes.
The agency admits that its new bioengineered food regs are "not expected to have any benefits to human health or the environment."
More than 1,100 people living in America's 50 largest cities have received bailout funds intended for farmers harmed by Trump's trade war.
Most of the funds are earmarked for soybean farmers, who would really rather just be able to sell their goods to China again.
Our current system of federal food regulation is expensive and dangerous
And, weirdly, grocery store cronyism might be the thing that stops it.
The USDA just dumped Obama administration's proposed ridiculous biotech crop regulations; the FDA should quickly follow suit.
On the other hand, Google's Verily is debugging Fresno.
The Mississippi catfish cartel vs. the Chesapeake invader-eaters
Newly released historical documents show the Sugar Research Foundation paid scientists to blame fat and cholesterol, not sugar, for coronary heart disease.
The feds are bailing out dairy producers. Here's why that's a terrible and wasteful mistake.
You can lead people to Whole Foods, but you can't make them buy organic kale.
State and federal prosecutors aren't the only ones with the authority to question organic food labeling ruled the state Supreme Court.
Preempts costly state mandatory labeling laws
Raisin farmers prevail over unconstitutional government regulation.
SCOTUS heard oral arguments on Wednesday in Horne v. USDA.
The federal government seeks to confiscate raisins without paying just compensation to raisin farmers.
U.S. Dietary Panel Advocates Sweetened Drink Tax, More Labeling, and Not Adding Cream & Sugar to Your Coffee, Gosh Darnit
"Care should be taken to minimize the amount of calories from added sugars and high-fat dairy or dairy substitutes added to coffee."
Dept of Agriculture Shuts Down Slaughterhouse Over Animal Rights Group's Secret Video, Opens Investigation
Into alleged inhumane practices