U.S. consumers spend just 10 percent of their disposable income on food each year, while those in other countries spend much more.
KSl Studio 5 segment with Sara Harward
Looking for ways to help farmers and ranchers affected by Hurricane Harvey directly?
Trade agreements have a good track record of opening international markets for U.S.-grown products by breaking down trade barriers and reducing tariffs that keep America’s farmers and ranchers from reaching new customers around the world
Don Parrish, senior director of regulatory relations at AFBF, recently discussed on AgriTalk what the Duarte case settlement could mean for farmers and ranchers.
The Trump administration is seeking to modernize an existing U.S. free trade agreement with South Korea
Although most of us aren’t involved in full-time food production, it can still be fun – and educational – to ponder facts about how modern farmers and ranchers go about their work.
When it comes to overall positive results for North America’s farmers and ranchers, NAFTA has proved itself as a solid foundation for trade
Each year the organization’s delegate body of farmer and rancher members deliberates and responds to challenges facing agriculture.
4-H alumni nationwide have a story to tell and a testimony to share when it comes to how 4-H has changed their lives, shaped their personalities and opened up doors, getting them to where they are today.