Federal Aid Money Now Available For Farmers Affected By Hurricane Michael

Farmers in Georgia are saying 'better late than never' as news broke that federal aid money is on it's way. Almost a year after Hurricane Michael devastated Georgia farmers, there is some

Bigger Is Better Say Some U.S. Farmers

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Extreme weather events, and trade wars, have forced many farms to go under. Still other farmers have been forced to retire early and file bankruptcy. There were 12,800 less farms in 2018 with the number of farms being 2,029 million total. This is a very small number of farms operating compared to

Ticks Invading The Southern Border Pose Huge Challenge for Cattle Industry

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Heading up the USDA team are Jorge Solis, and his agents, Rene Menoz and Carlos Salinas, The team takes pride in their work, because in their words, 'it's critical.' The men illustrated how their daily work activities unfold

Brothers Go Missing After Travelling to Secure Farm Deal

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A puzzling case in Missouri is unfolding, as authorities search for the bodies of two brothers. Farmers Nichols Diemel,35, and his 24 year old brother Justin Diemel have been listed as missing.

Beef Prices Reach Record High After Tyson Slaughterhouse Fire

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A Tyson Foods Inc. slaughterhouse went up in flames on August 10 shuttering the plant completely. There have been worries ever since of a hamburger and steak shortage