Ag Policy


Social Injustice at the Highest Level

Dec 26, 2017 by JoAnn Alumbaugh
When activists push their policies on an unsuspecting public, they forget about those who need food most. An impassioned woman who knows what it is to be hungry tells the real impact of these policies.

EPA Air Emissions Reporting Looms

Nov 13, 2017 by Greg Henderson
Barring a delay from a federal court, between 60,000 and 100,000 livestock and poultry operations will be mandated to file a report regarding on-farm air emissions beginning Wednesday, Nov. 15.

Murphy: PETA Fight at the Museum

Oct 05, 2017 by Dan Murphy
Can animals be part of an artistic display, or appear in a video meant to trigger in-depth discussion about human rights? Not if PETA has anything to say about it.

USMEF "Heartland Team" Goes to Japan

Sep 12, 2017 by Sara Brown
U.S. livestock and grain producers visited Japan Sept. 3-8 to meet with buyers of U.S. pork and beef and get a firsthand look at this leading international market for U.S. red meat.