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Other issues ranked as top concerns by young farmers and ranchers included government regulations and red tape, 12%; availability of farm labor and related regulations, 9%; water availability and urbanization of farm land, 7% each; and health care availability and cost, 6%.
The U.S. meat processing industry and the governments of Canada and Mexico have opposed mandatory U.S. country-of-origin labeling for red meat.
USDA has its hands full implementing new agriculture programs, Vilsack tells farmers at the 2014 Commodity Classic
Grain futures turned choppy as traders try to evaluate whether the crisis in Ukraine will have a lasting impact on prices.
Ohio Farm Bureau Federation county presidents are getting the opportunity to meet with their members of Congress this week on the organization’s annual journey to D.C. to talk about these and other issues.