We are excited to present the latest edition of U.S. Agriculture Outlook online. This year’s issue features more than a dozen articles covering a wide range of topics, including: current U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) budget and policies; aquifer management; the plight of the honey bee; the USDA’s BioPreferred Program; the continuing evolution of wheat; new trends in irrigation, land management, and energy usage; 125 years of the Second Morrill Act of 1890; and a look at pending immigration law and potential fallout in the agricultural community; to name a few. This edition of Outlook also includes three very interesting interviews, starting with: Jim Perdue, CEO of Perdue Farms; Erik Steenstra, Executive Director of the Hemp Industries Association; and finally the USDA’s Phil Karsting, Administrator, Foreign Agricultural Service.
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– The U.S. Agriculture Outlook & WorldAgNetwork.com Staff