Updates today on Secretary Perdue's powers to support farmers should a trade war actually get underway with China - pros and cons, and folks in Washington are having their say. Also, the drought in Argentina is not only putting pressure on their soybean crop, but also on the cattle herd. A translation error gives Mike something to laugh about.
And today in Minnesota, the Women's Ag Leadership Conference is underway, and Delaney got the full scoop on the event from Doris Mold, event co-founder. If you were there today and could provide an update, find us on Facebook or Twitter or at Info@AgNewsDaily.com, we'd love a follow up!
Ramirez Farms in Argentina and Works with Growers in Africa
GlobalFarmerNetwork Member Gina Gutierrez Explains Her Dairy
Boots on the Ground today looking at impacts of Hurricanes
Georgia Francis King @ Quartz discusses food movement