Suspension announced Sunday is potential new threat to meat plants around the world that have seen slaughter disruptions due to COVID-19.
Hogs still backlogged; food makers bulking up on extra ingredients and expanding list of usual suppliers.
Applications for the 2020-21 school year are due Aug. 1, according to University of Wisconsin-Madison officials.
CoBank report says consolidation, product diversification will mark industry’s restructuring and recovery.
The Around Farm Progress podcast covers plenty of territory this week with editors from Farm Futures and Feedstuffs, and Wisconsin
84% of adults surveyed by American Farm Bureau Federation say they trust U.S. farmers.
Dicamba battle continues, packaging review for several food products and COVID-19 impacts small locker plants.
EPA releases guidance regarding pesticide safety training requirements during COVID-19 pandemic.
Many farmers markets in Michigan are open or soon will be opening — with safety measures in place.
The COVID-19 pandemic depleted many food banks; MU Extension is working with gardeners to fill the gap.