Farmers for Free Trade (FFT) has released a report about how retaliatory tariffs historically impact U.S. ag production. The instances highlighted include the Mexican trust dispute from 1995-2001, when the U.S. barred Mexican trucks from transporting goods across the United States.
California judge halts products warning labels for glyphosate
In an historic move, California has been prohibited from requiring a warning label about the herbicide glyphosate on agricultural products, by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California.
SCN Coalition rebooted since soy nematodes now adapting
While Illinois enjoyed another record-setting year in soybean production in 2017, a renewed threat of soybean cyst nematode (SCN) damage is forcing farmers back to the drawing board to combat the familiar foe.
Federal court allows Iowa suit to proceed challenging ‘ag-gag’ law
A judge with the Federal District Court for the Southern District of Iowa has denied Iowa’s motion to dismiss a pending lawsuit that challenges the constitutionality of the state’s existing “ag-gag” law.