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Jul
22
2014
Overcoming Challenges Surrounding Biotechnology
For more than 20 years, biotechnology has helped farmers increase productivity to meet the food demands of a growing population. Although it continues to face consumer criticism, the future of biotechnology looks bright. Seanica Otterby has the story.
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Jul
17
2014
Women Taking on a Larger Role in Agriculture
More and more women are becoming increasingly involved with agriculture and taking on leadership roles in the industry. Seanica Otterby has the story.
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Jul
15
2014
Modernization Needed to Improve Condition of Rural Roads
Rural America is home to nearly 50 million people, but a new Rural Connections report from TRIP, a non-profit transportation research group, shows the U.S. rural transportation system has significant deficiencies and fatality rates. Seanica Otterby has the story.
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Jul
10
2014
Food for Peace Celebrates 60 Years
July marks the 60th anniversary of the beginning of the Food for Peace program, which originated in Kansas. Seanica Otterby has the story.
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Jul
8
2014
FAA Continues Work on Drones Regulations
The agriculture industry continues to wait for the Federal Aviation Administration to institute regulations for the safe integration of unmanned aircraft systems into the National Airspace System. Seanica Otterby has the story.
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Jul
3
2014
Waiting for COOL Final Report
A World Trade Organization compliance panel has released a confidential interim decision to government officials from the U.S., Canada and Mexico regarding a report on the case against Country of Origin Labeling rules for meats issued by the Agriculture Department. Seanica Otterby has the story.
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