Perdue: “We have pledged to be transparent about this process and how our economists arrived at the numbers they did.”
He is the fifth CEO in the organization’s 61-year history.
U.S. government will purchase up to $1.2 billion in commodities targeted in trade war.
Ohio’s Joe Logan presents National Farmers Union’s highest legislative awards to two lawmakers in Washington.
Group also asks Trump to allow for year-round sales of E15 and ethanol blends greater than 10 percent.
Tradewar issues have only made things worse in a downturn that started years ago
A $5,000 one-time award will be presented to a high school senior who plans to pursue agriculture as an area of study.
Here is a roundup of recent agriculture-related news items.
Resources available for new and beginning farmers.
Here are the details, including the payment rate for each commodity.
Centennial celebration officially kicks off at this year’s annual meeting in Columbus.
FCC report: 80 percent of the 24 million Americans who lack broadband access live in rural areas and on tribal lands.
Conference committee urged to consider specialty crop industry needs
State says this case poses no threat to the public.
Beginning Sept. 4, Market Facilitation Program applications will be available online