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Lisa Munniksma: The News Hog
The News Hog 
Get the facts (and opinions) about what's happening outside of your farm gates. From Washington to your city hall, decisions are being made that affect your farm and food system. Diseases and discoveries are changing the face of small-scale farming. Former Hobby Farms editor Lisa Munniksma writes about these breakthroughs, issues and legislation—from the serious to the ridiculous—to help you take action in your community.

12/18/2014 - Listen and Learn: A Podcast on Rare Breed Farm Animals
The Livestock Conservancy launches a free Heritage Breeds podcast series that every farmer needs to listen to.

12/16/2014 - GM-Whoa Labeling
Oregon's GMO-labeling defeat is confirmed, and Vermont's labeling bill has some unhappy people, but expect to see national labeling action next year.

12/09/2014 - Party Like It's the Year of Soils
With 2015—the International Year of Soils—on our heels, here's your chance at a free soil education.

12/02/2014 - Bye, Bye Bumblebees
A bumblebee species faces extinction while scientists beg our government for pollinator protection.

11/25/2014 - Bird Flu is Back
Farmers in Asia and Europe are dealing with avian influenza, but it probably won't interrupt your Thanksgiving dinner.

11/18/2014 - New Food Safety Rules Could Cost You Big Money
The FDA revised its Food Safety and Modernization Act rules and wants feedback by Dec. 15—this means you need to act!

11/11/2014 - Your Vote Spoke! 6 Ag Issues Addressed in 2014
Our country went to the polls last week for the 2014 election. Take a look at how the vote influenced food and farming initiatives.

11/04/2014 - The Farm-Family Connection
A new survey shows farm families are in need of support, and we're all worse off if they don't get it.

10/28/2014 - Dear USDA, We Care About Our Soil!
More than 40 organizations deliver the USDA a letter telling them how soil should be treated for better farms.

10/21/2014 - EPA Says Yes to More Crop Chemicals
The Enlist Duo herbicide—Dow Agrosciences' cousin to Agent Orange—has been approved for crop use in six states. Is yours one of them?

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