Farm and Agriculture

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Speaker Ryan Fails to Pass Farm Bill

The House passed the Farm bill that includes work requirements for Food Stamps, working towards Trump’s campaign pledge get Americans off of welfare and back to work.

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U.S. States Feature at Israel’s Agritech Conference

TEL AVIV, Israel — Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb joined over 40 ministers of agriculture from around the world on Tuesday at the Agritech Israel conference, a triennial showcase of Israeli innovation in agricultural technology.

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Brandon Darby: Rural GOP Leaders Were Attacked for Not Kneeling to Kiss Billionaire’s Ring

Breitbart Texas Editor Brandon Darby sounded off on Houston radio about the recent primary elections in Texas, the state of the Texas Republican Party in general, and a “Russian oligarchy-like” scenario in Texas politics that occurred because rural Texas GOP state lawmakers wouldn’t “kiss a billionaire’s ring.” Darby said Texas Republican leadership likes to “romanticize rural Texans by wearing cowboy hats, boots, and Wrangler Jeans,” but their policies actually “strangle rural Texas communities.”

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Texas Ranchers Angered over Eminent Domain Taking for Reservoir

Ranchers and farmers in North Texas are angered over the prospect of losing their land and homes through an eminent domain taking for a new reservoir. One rancher estimates that 200 people will lose their property while the water will go to the Dallas area.

David Jaindl, co-owner of Jaindal Farms, checks on one of the 219 buildings housing 4,000 turkeys, on Wednesday May 3, 2006, in Orefield, Pa. Pennsylvania public health officials say they have been preparing intensively for a flu pandemic that in a worst-case scenario could strike nearly 13 percent of the …

Family Turkey Farm Puts Gobblers on First Family Tables Since 1959

President Donald Trump may have pardoned two turkeys at the White House this week, but two more birds will be served up for the first family courtesy of David Jaindl, a Pennsylvania farmer who has been providing the Thanksgiving bird to the White House residents since 1959.