Without Nafta, trade between Mexico and the U.S. would be ruled by World Trade Organization strictures limiting tariffs either country can impose on the other.
Across America’s orchards and crop fields, a shrinking supply of migrants has already driven pay up faster than in the broader workforce.
As an employer you can't keep any of your workers from being swept up in an immigration raid, however there are some things you can do to protect yourself from fines and penalties, like auditing your I-9 forms.
In a down agriculture market safety nets will be needed more than ever and now is not the time to make cuts to agriculture funding say producers who spoke for a Senate hearing.
Despite industry challenges including strong competitors and unfavorable exchange rates, exports soared through the second half of 2016. Will that continue into 2017?
USDA meeting sorts out some of the differences between a state and Federal order.
Year over year, culling slowed however.
Average herd size in the United States is now about 225 cows.
Legislators met this week for their first meeting regarding the 2018 farm bill.