Big Oil has always viewed biofuels as an interloper and have long sought to limit biofuels to niche markets in the Midwest.
Despite having four staff attorneys and as of 2011 receiving over $2.3 million in EAJA funds, WWP is claiming legal fees in trespass lawsuit is too much.
Having large corporate companies dictating across the board livestock management practices based on an uneducated public's perception of what they consider humane treatment is certainly not the answer.
An Opinion Editorial from central Montana cattle and sheep producer regarding local frustrations with the Montana Department of Livestock budget crisis
Agriculture and Farm Bureau can look back at 2014 as being a good year and a look ahead to the challenges for 2015
Bob Wilson from the University of Nebraska shares his predictions for the future of weed management and weed science research funding.
Despite environmentalists’ worries, cattle don’t guzzle water or cause hunger—and can help fight climate change.
NCBA to the NFU: Just because you lose, doesn't mean the system is flawed, sometimes you're just wrong.
National Farmers Union President Roger Johnson calls for a ‘new direction’ for the current beef checkoff program
Farmers will have to produce more food in the next 50 years than all they've produced in the last 10,000 years combined. Can they?
With a recovery rate of less than 2 percent over four decades, the Endangered Species Act needs to be modernized if it’s going to protect truly endangered species without jeopardizing private property rights and landowners’ financial well being.
Ten years ago, a single case of BSE stoked a major media overreaction. Notice any similarities to Ebola?