Category Archives: agriculture

Rural America more clean, safe and inclusive than “progressive” big cities

What’s more, if you remove these Democrat-run cities from our national statistics, you will find an America that is overwhelmingly peaceful, safe, clean, and racially tolerant. Nevertheless, Democrats and their…

Biden “30 by 30” plan an attack on states’ rights and private property rights

Biden’s “30 By 30 Plan” – a Slap at American Private Property Rights Opinion by Karen Budd-Falen All of rural America and anyone who believes that local control of resources…

American beef most sustainable, environmentally responsible in the world

Thanks to early adoption of innovative grazing practices combined with advances in cattle breeding and nutrition, U.S. producers have already employed many of the suggested practices that the study suggests…

Colorado ag coalition goes to war against insane “PAUSE” Act

By Marianne Goodland Colorado Politics Coalition fights back against ballot measure that seeks to limit standard livestock husbandry practices A coalition of agriculture supporters are fighting back against a ballot…

Food producing states sue over Biden “climate change” EO

By Charles Wallace Western Livestock Journal Biden administration sued over climate change EO Violates separation of powers A coalition of 12 states is suing the Biden administration over the climate…

Radical Colorado initiative equates animal husbandry with sexual assault

CO proposes animal cruelty initiative would impact animal ag Western Livestock Journal Anna Miller, WLJ managing editor A proposed 2022 ballot measure in Colorado would devastate animal agriculture as we…

MSLF urges SCOTUS to negate California law allowing hostile union organizers to access private businesses

Posted by Mountain States Legal Foundation Denver, CO. – January 11, 2021 – Mountain States Legal Foundation last week urged the U.S. Supreme Court to declare a California law requiring private businesses to open their property to hostile union organizers a “taking” under…

Ag-killing Prop. 15 goes down in California

GREG HENDERSON FOR DROVERS Final results show California voters rejected Proposition 15, a decision celebrated as a victory by a broad array of industry and agriculture groups. The ballot measure…

Colorado’s urban liberals pushing to introduce wolves into rural counties

In western Colorado, wary ranchers eye wolves’ arrival and fear urban voters will introduce moreBallot measure to widen wolves’ comeback could threaten partnership between conservation community and agriculture By Bruce…

Young women in agriculture recognized by CWA with “True Grit” scholarships

Three California high school students pursuing careers in agriculture were recognized with scholarships from The North Valley Chapter of the California Women for Agriculture (CWA) and the California State University,…