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More chickens are crossing the road and on to consumers' plates, according to new research presented today at the National Chicken Council's Chicken Marketing Seminar in Greensboro, Georgia.
The UC-Davis report found that direct costs to agriculture total about $1.5 billion (which include revenue losses of $1 billion and $0.5 billion in additional pumping costs). This net revenue loss is about 3% of the state's total agricultural value.
Simply put, for the majority of the worldâ€™s youth, agriculture simply isnâ€™t seen as being â€ścoolâ€ť or attractive. Most think of it only as back-breaking labor, without an economic pay-offâ€”and little room for career advancement.
Maybe you've wondered, while looking at the price tag on some organic produce, whether that label is telling the truth. Peter Laufer, a writer and professor of journalism at the University of Oregon, doesn't just wonder. He's an outright skeptic, especially because the organic label seems to him like a license to raise prices.
An old city park on the Maumee River could soon become a demonstration site â€” complete with a farm field â€” to show the beneficial alternative uses of material dredged from the Toledo harbor shipping channel.