Rural Transition in China | SMU Research

(♫) I’m Forrest Zhang, I’m an Associate Professor of Sociology at the School of Social Sciences. My research is about contemporary China and I do research in several fields but the most important one or the field in which my work has been the most influential, I would say is agricultural development in rural China. […]

The Regenerative Farmer – David Marsh

For 2/3 of my farming life I was going hell-for-leather with my foot on the accelerator trying to throw enough money around in agronomy to grow enough stuff to make a profit and that was seen to be success. Industrial farming has led to the loss of 70% of organic carbon in soils worldwide. The […]

Agriculture and Food Technologies at CES 2020 – Impossible Pork , Field to Cloud

hey this is dr. Edwin Hernandez. I am here at the CES show I’m ready to center stage near the LG area near the samsung area I love to see impossible pork and it have impossible pork is there real pork or no pork okay so I can get it in thank you so we […]

How will the phase one China deal impact US farmers?

How industrial farming techniques can breed superbugs

JUDY WOODRUFF: But first: our special series Stopping Superbugs. This week science correspondent, Miles O’Brien and economics correspondent Paul Solman tag-team again for a look at how the use of antibiotics in livestock can lead to unhealthy, even dangerous outcomes. Miles begins at a Missouri pig farm, as part of our weekly science series, Leading […]

Market Plus: Dan Hueber

This is the Friday, January 10, 2020 version of the Market Plus segment. Joining us once again is Dan Hueber. Dan, obviously today is January 10th, the day that we’ve been waiting for, for a long time, to see what the USDA did. Can you just give us a general recap again of the report […]

Farming is Canada | Canada is …

Canada is a major agricultural powerhouse, without any question. We regularly are in the top ten global food exporting countries in the world. When I was a kid, spending summers on my grandfather’s farm in Niagara, my grandfather would drive slowly through the fields, and I would stand on the back of the tractor. And […]

Farm subsidies: Where the money goes | IN 60 SECONDS

Farm safety net programs were established to protect agricultural producers against production, price, and income risks. But payments for major federal programs like agricultural risk coverage, price loss coverage, and crop insurance overwhelmingly go to the wealthiest and largest farms. The top 10% of farms by total crop sales, which have an average net worth […]