U.S. Secretary of Energy recently visited the Indianapolis Speedway to learn more about ethanol.
The 2006 Sugar Man of the Year is well known to Florida agriculture. Katherine Bush reports.
Georgia cotton growers intend to plant a few more acres than last year despite higher input costs, according to Georgia Cotton Commission Executive Director Richey Seaton.
The annual Summer grilling promotion kicks off Memorial Day weekend, and the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association encourages counties to join in with local events. Â Report (1:00 wma)
The Florida Beef Council has again teamed up with retail partners for another greatÂ promotion. Â Report (1:00 wma)
Due to a large protein supply, the beef checkoff will be working hard to push more product this summer and this includes efforts in Georgia. Â Report (1:00 wma)
Is farming diminishing among young people? Â Report (1:00 wma)Â
Struggling to open those little cardboard cartons of milk is virtually a thing of the past in schools.
USDA reports that horticulture and cotton exports are leading the way to increased ag exports this year.
Agricultural producers with damage to trees, livestock, buildings and even aquaculture from hurricanes last year may be eligible for disaster aid from USDA. The Farm Service Agency has more information.