EPA Seeks Dismissal Of Chesapeake Bay Suit Nov 24, 2020
EPA asked a federal court to throw out a handful of lawsuits alleging the agency failed in its legal responsibility to clean up the Chesapeake Bay, in a motion filed […]
AgFax Weekend: Fake Farms Raked in COVID Relief Nov 20, 2020
In this week's AgFax Weekend - Fake Farms Raked in COVID Relief | Ag Groups Prep to Work with Biden | and more.
Ag Lobbyists Eye Future With Biden – DTN Nov 20, 2020
Agriculture lobbyists are trying to get a handle on where federal policy on agriculture, trade and environmental issues will land with the incoming administration of President-elect Joe Biden and new […]
USDA’s Farm Service Agency on Wednesday restored the previous definitions of “active personal management,” “significant contribution,” and “related phrasing” in a rule on farm program subsidy eligibility and payment limitations. […]
A tax management program will be offered to producers and tax preparers on Dec. 1 from 1 to 4 p.m. Central time, via Zoom technology. “This program provides an excellent […]
Fake Farms Raked In Covid-Relief Funds – DTN Nov 20, 2020
False Farm Registrations As the Small Business Administration was pumping out hundreds of billions of dollars in aid over the summer, the owners of some suburban homes around Cleveland, Ohio, […]
A group of farm organizations on Tuesday announced a set of proposals for how agriculture should tackle climate change, as they expect to see more aggressive measures taken to lower […]
There is still a chance Congress could approve new COVID-19 economic relief before the end of the year, Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, said during a teleconference with agriculture journalists on […]
AgFax Weekend, November 16 Nov 13, 2020
This week's AgFax Weekend ag news recap.
National Industrial Hemp Council has received $200,000 in USDA Market Access Program (MAP) funding to support export market development of industrial hemp. Hemp for industrial use, textile and CBD market […]