Why are so many people getting a meat allergy?
Becoming allergic to meat turns your life upside down. Known as alpha-gal allergy, the condition dictates what you can eat, wear, how you relax, and even which medicines are safe. Is research finally starting to catch up?
Ranching and retirement: Succession planning becomes vital
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says nearly 10 percent of the nation’s 93 million acres of agricultural land will change hands in the next couple of years. As the next generation of farmers and ranchers dives into their production agricultural careers, consideration must be also paid to retiring and aging producers.
EPA releases new WOTUS rule
Brownfield Ag Network
The EPA has released the new Waters of the U.S. Rule under the Clean Water Act. Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa says she is pleased with EPA’s rapid action. “This WOTUS replacement rule was released quickly, very important, and properly to provide much-needed regulatory certainty.”