Agriculture News

There are lots of great sources of agriculture news on the internet that will keep you informed and knowledgeable about the sector. At Wiser, we take the best of this content and deliver it to you in the form of an easy-to-use and comprehensive free daily email. With our service, you will get the information that you need from the sources that you trust quickly and efficiently. Agriculture is one of the oldest industries in the United States, and it is also one of the most important. The US is a net exporter of food while the industry employees millions of people. This is before you look at the impact the industry can have on the everyday life of Americans, or the influence of the agricultural sector in other parts of the world. It is also an industry that is changing as populations shift, new technologies become available, and governments strive to maintain food security for their countries. Whether you need information on crop prices, details on the latest innovations in technology, or you want to stay up-to-date with government policies and initiatives, the Wiser daily agriculture news email is for you.

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Change comes from dissenters: Letter to the editor
Oregonian • Letters To The Editor
Imagining a Vegan U.S.: Good for Earth, Problematic for Humans
Bloomberg • Alan Bjerga
Scottish Salmon Co. posts earnings, revenue boost
Intrafish • Intrafish Media
Our forests at risk: Letter to the editor
Oregonian • Letters To The Editor
Australia-Australian Researchers Work to Develop Sustainable Biofuel Technology
Renewable Energy Mag • Dan Mccue
Farmland Partners Has 42% Upside As American Farmland Recovers
Seeking Alpha • Dane Bowler
Poverty is not a crime: Letter to the editor
Oregonian • Letters To The Editor
Every Day, This Satellite Company Takes A Snapshot Of The Entire Planet
Fast Company • Eillie Anzilotti
Fishery Wasteland: How Fisheries Managers Turned a Critical Opportunity into More of the Same
TalkingFish • Peter Shelley
Why California Fishermen Are Throwing Deafening “Seal Bombs” at Sea Lions
Smithsonian • Alastair Bland
 
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Change comes from dissenters: Letter to the editor
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The last year of protests since Donald Trump's election has been a healthy response to a very unhealthy political situation. The U.S. Constitution's First Amendment guarantees "the right of the people to ... petition the government for a redress of grievances." There...
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Agriculture, Food Security
Imagining a Vegan U.S.: Good for Earth, Problematic for Humans
BloombergAlan Bjerga
Study looks at possible impact of eliminating meat, dairy use Agriculture greenhouse-gas emissions would decline 28% What would a vegan America look like? An herbivore population would enjoy a drop in greenhouse-gas emissions, but also face deficiencies in calcium, vitamins A and...
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Scottish Salmon Co. posts earnings, revenue boost
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Forestry & Logging
Our forests at risk: Letter to the editor
OregonianLetters To The Editor
I am an , and one thing I love about this state is how much beautiful forest we have. Our acres of forestland are what make our state unique, but the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill Nov. 1 that will...
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Agriculture, Biofuels
Australia-Australian Researchers Work to Develop Sustainable Biofuel Technology
Renewable Energy MagDan Mccue
In partnership with the University of Newcastle, Newcastle Institute for Energy and Resources (NIER) and Muswellbrook Shire Council, Ethanol Technologies (Ethtec) has received $11.9 million in funding from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) to establish a demonstration facility at Muswellbrook. In...
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Agriculture, Finance
Farmland Partners Has 42% Upside As American Farmland Recovers
Seeking AlphaDane Bowler
Summary US Farmland seems to be outperforming the rest of the world in the 2017-2018 growing season. This will help market share and total revenues. We anticipate significant participating rents for FPI in 4Q and 2018. PRO subscribers received early access to...
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Poverty is not a crime: Letter to the editor
OregonianLetters To The Editor
I came home Sunday to find that all my camping gear had been stolen from our apartment building's storage room. I was overcome with shock and fear - it's an awful feeling to have your residence and trust violated like that. But...
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Agriculture, Climate Change
Every Day, This Satellite Company Takes A Snapshot Of The Entire Planet
Fast CompanyEillie Anzilotti
Six years ago, a group of scientists and engineers, among them three former NASA employees, gathered in a garage in Cupertino, California with a goal: to found a company whose mission was to capture an image of Earth’s entire landmass every day....
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Fishing Industry, New England Fisheries Management Council
Fishery Wasteland: How Fisheries Managers Turned a Critical Opportunity into More of the Same
TalkingFishPeter Shelley
New England Fisheries » Fishery Wasteland: How Fisheries Managers Turned a Critical Opportunity into More of the Same New England Fisheries This is part one in a two-part blog series about the Omnibus Essential Fish Habitat Amendment 2. Fishermen have been using...
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Fishing Industry
Why California Fishermen Are Throwing Deafening “Seal Bombs” at Sea Lions
SmithsonianAlastair Bland
The sound carries for kilometers underwater and the passing blast waves feel like a punch to the chest. To dodge the painful noise, scuba divers in Monterey, California avoid the water when the anchovy and squid fleets are out. “We just look...
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