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Roy Graber, senior reporter at WATT Global Media, combines his Midwestern farming background with his knowledge of economics and agriculture policy to offer a deeper look at the grain industry in North America.
Chicken from Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley: Lick it up
The Demon and the Starchild from KISS have a pretty nice dining establishment in northern Oklahoma.
Screw conveyor drives from SEW-EURODRIVE
SEW EURODRIVE’s enhanced screw conveyor drive offers four individual sealing areas for unprecedented protection against contaminants and abrasives.
Don’t underestimate national debt’s impact on ag economy
The deficit is leading to higher interest rates, which impact agriculture expenses and ultimately the price of food.
Tyson Missouri closures prompt Hawley anti-monopoly bill
Strengthening Antitrust Enforcement for Meatpacking Act aims to break up monopolies and place power back in the hands of farmers.
Sauder: EATS Act creates significant market turmoil
When it comes to cage-free versus caged hens in egg production, ‘the battle has already been fought.’
With EATS Act, Sen. Roger Marshall is finally relevant
The Ending Agriculture Trade Suppression Act is gaining more attention, and so is one lawmaker who is pushing for its passage.
GMO wheat in the US? It’s getting closer
Argentina is now producing GMO wheat and has export buyers, but trade remains a hurdle for the U.S.
Language shouldn’t be a barrier for agrifood companies
There could be a lot of untapped potential in current workers and those seeking employment, simply because employers aren’t engaging with them.
Nongguan force in China hopes to limit grain trade
Roy Graber: The Chinese government has formed a Nongguan force, with the mission of making farmers in China plant more feed grain crops.
Animal Agriculture Alliance summit a great student experience
Guest blog: High school student and FFA member Logan Graber explains why he is glad he attended the 2023 Animal Agriculture Alliance Stakeholders Summit, and why he recommends the experience to other students.
Saying food system is broken is ‘poppycock’
Some lawyers and professors push that narrative, but USDA and economists prove otherwise.
Sorghum and Millet Innovation Lab develops opportunities, minds
KSU's SMIL creates advancements along value chains for these two crops.
West Coast work stoppage would fuel dumpster fire
Grain transportation problems show signs of easing, but not if Western port workers walk off the job.
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