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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - Department Of Agriculture
A week of cooler-than-normal temperatures has delayed spring planting in North Dakota.
Ahandful of congressmen are trying to cut wasteful spending, but certain bottom feeders in Congress stand in the way. Everybody's tax dollars, "invested" in redundant and useless government programs, continue to slip down the drain.
Ranchers in the Dakotas whose herds were devastated by an early October blizzard can begin signing up for federal disaster aid next week.
Nebraska has three inspectors trying to make sure that potato seeds sold in the state are free of pests to protect growers.
The state Department of Agriculture is seeking nominations for a program honoring contributions by women to the agriculture, forestry and specialty crop industries.
Virginia corn producers plan to reduce their plantings slightly this year.
Environmental groups are expressing concern that a proposal being considered in the Iowa House would prevent the public from accessing information about water quality and land-use practices collected by projects partially funded with taxpayer dollars.
March 24, 2014
Two more Nebraska counties have been designated as livestock friendly in the state.
A program promoting businesses that sell and make Nevada food and agriculture products is seeing a jump in membership.
The new Pride of Dakota Member Directory features products and services from more than 500 North Dakota companies.
Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer's agency would be assigned new oversight duties that include diabetes education and energy efficiency as part of a proposed House budget outlined Monday.
Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring has appointed Shaun Quissell as North Dakota's new livestock development director.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture plans to review incidents involving animal research at University of Michigan, including the accidental strangulation of a baboon, officials said.