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Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) funding is available for farmers in Ohioâ€™s portion of the Great Lakes watershed to apply conservation practices that improve water and soil quality or provide wildlife habitat.
Barry Flinchbaugh, professor emeritus Department of Agricultural Economics at Kansas State University, and U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts shared the stage but not equal billing at the Kansas Commodity Classic Feb. 6 in Manhattan, Kansas.
"Everything is negotiable," and a company's first offer is never its best, said Dale Arnold, director of energy, utility and local government policy for the Ohio Farm Bureau.
Auburn, Ill., farmer Tim Seifert has a question for consumers. â€śWhere did we go wrong?â€ť With so many people bent on bashing modern food production, Seifert wants to understand how agriculture lost consumersâ€™ trust. Itâ€™s a valid question.
The letter noted that the bipartisan 2014 Farm Bill was estimated to contribute $23 billion to deficit reduction over 10 years, when including sequestration.