A Pennsylvania couple is fighting an inane local ban on raising a handful of ducks and chickens in their backyard.
Trump's farm bailouts have cost taxpayers more than $28 billion already, and he just announced another $14 billion in payments as part of his reelection pitch to farm-heavy states.
The last time an incumbent president was defeated, the fact that he'd raised taxes on Americans played a major role. Trump's done the same thing, but the DNC didn't talk about it.
Anti-competitive regulations have made Americans far too reliant on mega meat processors. It's time to level the playing field.
That's probably because those goals were always completely unrealistic. Less than six months after the deal was signed, it's already coming apart.
Restoring up to 2.2 million square miles to nature
The reform could help formalize immigrant farm labor.
Trump has authorized up to $16 billion in bailout spending this year, on top of $12 billion spent in 2018.
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.
And it reveals the major blind spot in Trump's view of how international trade works.
While Trump prepares another round of aid payments for farmers, Marco Rubio is pushing for tariffs on Mexican fruits and vegetables that will send prices soaring.
A wild-animal preservation program has become a scheme for corralling captive beasts that bother cattle ranchers.
The House Freedom Caucus calls it "a sprawling, cronyist agriculture bill."
And it could get worse, as China is now considering cutting off all American soybean purchases.
Low yield organic farming uses up lots more land and harms biodiversity
Maybe don't do both, though.
"There's not a day on the farm when a farmer doesn't touch steel," says Rep. David Young. And all that steel is about to get more expensive.
Florida man accused of ripping off government agency that rips off taxpayers.
Two states attempt to dictate how farmers outside their boundaries treat their animals.
Two new efforts in Washington seek to rein in the subsidies.
Tasty Impossible Burger uses 95 percent less land, uses 74 percent less water, and emits 87 percent less greenhouse gas.
A controversial rule on water pollution allowed the agency to micromanage private land use.
Two lawsuits and action in Congress indicate wasteful, unconstitutional mandates may be on their way out.
States could set their own rules for meat that's processed and sold within their own borders.
The market can't fix the problem when government insists on intervention.
Existential threats from meddlesome rulemakers
Taxpayers be warned.
What happens when a food's link to salmonella is proven false? Nothing.
The feds are bailing out dairy producers. Here's why that's a terrible and wasteful mistake.
Hurting farmers and consumers. Squeezing out competitors. Forcing production abroad. Causing food waste. What's not to love?
Ballot measure will decide in November whether to impose unwise, harmful, costly, and unconstitutional standards for raising a host of livestock animals.
The Ministry of Urban Agriculture promotes home and community gardening in hunger-wrecked Venezuelan cities.
Or at least about half of corn and soybeans would be impossible