Congress is looking at ways to make our food system more resilient for farmers and ranchers and for consumers
More than 550 families received direct food donations in Logan, and more than $100,000 worth of food was provided to food pantries in Box Elder, Cache, and Rich Counties.
The training course, geared toward farmers and ranchers, is open to the public and will help individuals identify signs of chronic stress and offer effective communication skills
USDA’s Risk Management Agency announced changes to the Livestock Risk Protection insurance program for swine, fed cattle and feeder cattle
The Paycheck Protection for Producers Act (H.R. 7175, S. 3918) would help more farmers and ranchers participate in the Paycheck Protection Program
The American Farm Bureau Federation is calling on lawmakers to provide additional resources for farmers impacted by the COVID-19 food system shockwave.
The widespread closures at the retail level are impacting consumer demand and purchasing patterns in ways that agriculture has never experienced
The Utah Farm Bureau’s new initiative Farmers Feeding Utah is off to a great start
Launched by the Utah Farm Bureau in early May with the two-fold goal of helping sustain farmers and ranchers impacted by COVID-19 and providing food and donations to Utah families in need, Farmers Feeding Utah.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made people think a lot about where their food comes over the last few months.