Category: US Ag Policy
State-level laws create a thickening border between Canada and the U.S.
Why is dairy getting over $300 million to deal with solids non-fat?
Case IH and New Holland sign right-to-repair agreement with American Farm Bureau
Proposed U.S. label changes “cause for concern” for Canada’s beef and pork sectors
U.S. proposes voluntary “Product of USA” label that would shut out Canadian-born cattle and pigs
New trucking e-log regulations don’t account for the difference between heifers and hamburgers
U.S. Farm Bill may not reach the finish line in 2023
Considering the long-term opportunities of the U.S. carbon market system
Where will all the byproducts go? The potential wasteful consequences of the lambda-cy label change
Label change for lambda-cy has potential to wreak havoc on feed supplies and U.S. crop imports
John Deere signs right-to-repair agreement with American Farm Bureau
Four reasons the averted U.S. rail strike is good news for Canadian agriculture
Electric cars, renewable diesel, and the California mandate
How Canada’s agri-food system policies need to adjust for new global realities
Well-meaning (but poor) decisions don’t fix a bad situation