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April has only begun, but bulls are already talking up wet. cold conditions that keep tractors out of the field in many areas this week. A variety of weather, from snow to rain to even warmer temperatures has farmers and traders wondering when planting will begin in earnest, helping give futures a boost after Tuesdayâ€™s sharp downturn.
After reviewing EPAâ€™s waters of the U.S. proposed rule, Farm Bureau thinks EPA is trying to extend Congressâ€™ definition of navigable waters to include land that is only rarely wet - such as ditches and so-called â€śephemeral streamsâ€ť that only carry water when it rains.
While each of the six were passionate about their little corner of the industry and held deeply-rooted opinions (that they were willing to share) about the production practices they choose, all six repeatedly reiterated that the diversity in agriculture today ultimately benefits the consumer.
Since small farmers compete with large grocery chains, branding and marketing their farm and maintaining relationships with customers is an important part of business,
U.S. consumers are paying more for several food items at their local grocery store, including many of their favorite breakfast staples such as bacon, eggs and bread, the countryâ€™s largest farm group said Thursday