APACAgricultural Policy Analysis Center - Weekly Column

updated 07/21/2017


Policy Pennings Weekly Agricultural Policy Column

Originally published in MidAmerica Farmer Grower 
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July 2017

  1. Health care in rural America
  2. July 21, 2017 #881
  3. Funding for federal agricultural research facilities falls far short of needs
  4. July 14, 2017 #880

June 2017

  1. Trump’s budget proposes deep cuts in agricultural and food programs
  2. June 9, 2017 #879
  3. Agriculture interests agree: Trump’s USDA budget cuts are unacceptable
  4. June 2, 2017 #878

May 2017

  1. USDA reorganization clumps together safety net and environmental agencies in a new administrative unit
  2. May 26, 2017 #877
  3. Agricultural trade is a primary focus of the proposed reorganization of the USDA
  4. May 19, 2017 #876
  5. Health insurance
  6. May 12, 2017 #875
  7. Ag and rural votes key for Trump: Will he return the favor?
  8. May 5, 2017 #874

April 2017

  1. Two decades of overestimating future corn exports to China
  2. April 28, 2017 #873
  3. Bankers’ views on farm credit conditions
  4. April 21, 2017 #872
  5. Early farm program proposals are found wanting
  6. April 14, 2017 #871
  7. “Regulatory Freeze” notice puts scheduled GIPSA rules on ice
  8. April 7, 2017 #870

March 2017

  1. The 2018 Farm Program
  2. March 31, 2017 #869
  3. USDA’s ten-year projections: What do they mean for the next Farm Bill?
  4. March 24, 2017 #868
  5. USDA’s ten-year projections for wheat
  6. March 17, 2017 #867
  7. USDA’s ten-year projections for the soybean sector
  8. March 10, 2017 #866
  9. USDA’s ten-year projections for the corn sector
  10. March 3, 2017 #865

February 2017

  1. Coalition of farmers and consumers required for an effective 2018 Farm Bill
  2. February 24, 2017 #864
  3. 2017 net farm income projected to drop by half compared to 2013
  4. February 17, 2017 #863
  5. Congressional Budget Office: Crop prices to remain low over the next decade
  6. February 10, 2017 #862
  7. Avian influenza outbreaks: An international problem
  8. February 3, 2017 #861

January 2017

  1. Trade agreements have disrupted labor markets but so has automation
  2. January 27, 2017 #860
  3. Comparing the demand for health care and aggregate food demand
  4. January 20, 2017 #859
  5. Impacts of trade agreements with Colombia, Panama and Korea plus the China situation
  6. January 13, 2076 #858
  7. Academic freedom and independence of scientists and policy analysts
  8. January 6, 2017 #857

 

 


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July 2017

  1. Health care in rural America
  2. July 21, 2017 #881
  3. Funding for federal agricultural research facilities falls far short of needs
  4. July 14, 2017 #880

June 2017

  1. Trump’s budget proposes deep cuts in agricultural and food programs
  2. June 9, 2017 #879
  3. Agriculture interests agree: Trump’s USDA budget cuts are unacceptable
  4. June 2, 2017 #878

May 2017

  1. USDA reorganization clumps together safety net and environmental agencies in a new administrative unit
  2. May 26, 2017 #877
  3. Agricultural trade is a primary focus of the proposed reorganization of the USDA
  4. May 19, 2017 #876
  5. Health insurance
  6. May 12, 2017 #875
  7. Ag and rural votes key for Trump: Will he return the favor?
  8. May 5, 2017 #874

April 2017

  1. Two decades of overestimating future corn exports to China
  2. April 28, 2017 #873
  3. Bankers’ views on farm credit conditions
  4. April 21, 2017 #872
  5. Early farm program proposals are found wanting
  6. April 14, 2017 #871
  7. “Regulatory Freeze” notice puts scheduled GIPSA rules on ice
  8. April 7, 2017 #870

March 2017

  1. The 2018 Farm Program
  2. March 31, 2017 #869
  3. USDA’s ten-year projections: What do they mean for the next Farm Bill?
  4. March 24, 2017 #868
  5. USDA’s ten-year projections for wheat
  6. March 17, 2017 #867
  7. USDA’s ten-year projections for the soybean sector
  8. March 10, 2017 #866
  9. USDA’s ten-year projections for the corn sector
  10. March 3, 2017 #865

February 2017

  1. Coalition of farmers and consumers required for an effective 2018 Farm Bill
  2. February 24, 2017 #864
  3. 2017 net farm income projected to drop by half compared to 2013
  4. February 17, 2017 #863
  5. Congressional Budget Office: Crop prices to remain low over the next decade
  6. February 10, 2017 #862
  7. Avian influenza outbreaks: An international problem
  8. February 3, 2017 #861

January 2017

  1. Trade agreements have disrupted labor markets but so has automation
  2. January 27, 2017 #860
  3. Comparing the demand for health care and aggregate food demand
  4. January 20, 2017 #859
  5. Impacts of trade agreements with Colombia, Panama and Korea plus the China situation
  6. January 13, 2076 #858
  7. Academic freedom and independence of scientists and policy analysts
  8. January 6, 2017 #857

 

 


July 2017

  1. Health care in rural America
  2. July 21, 2017 #881
  3. Funding for federal agricultural research facilities falls far short of needs
  4. July 14, 2017 #880

June 2017

  1. Trump’s budget proposes deep cuts in agricultural and food programs
  2. June 9, 2017 #879
  3. Agriculture interests agree: Trump’s USDA budget cuts are unacceptable
  4. June 2, 2017 #878

May 2017

  1. USDA reorganization clumps together safety net and environmental agencies in a new administrative unit
  2. May 26, 2017 #877
  3. Agricultural trade is a primary focus of the proposed reorganization of the USDA
  4. May 19, 2017 #876
  5. Health insurance
  6. May 12, 2017 #875
  7. Ag and rural votes key for Trump: Will he return the favor?
  8. May 5, 2017 #874

April 2017

  1. Two decades of overestimating future corn exports to China
  2. April 28, 2017 #873
  3. Bankers’ views on farm credit conditions
  4. April 21, 2017 #872
  5. Early farm program proposals are found wanting
  6. April 14, 2017 #871
  7. “Regulatory Freeze” notice puts scheduled GIPSA rules on ice
  8. April 7, 2017 #870

March 2017

  1. The 2018 Farm Program
  2. March 31, 2017 #869
  3. USDA’s ten-year projections: What do they mean for the next Farm Bill?
  4. March 24, 2017 #868
  5. USDA’s ten-year projections for wheat
  6. March 17, 2017 #867
  7. USDA’s ten-year projections for the soybean sector
  8. March 10, 2017 #866
  9. USDA’s ten-year projections for the corn sector
  10. March 3, 2017 #865

February 2017

  1. Coalition of farmers and consumers required for an effective 2018 Farm Bill
  2. February 24, 2017 #864
  3. 2017 net farm income projected to drop by half compared to 2013
  4. February 17, 2017 #863
  5. Congressional Budget Office: Crop prices to remain low over the next decade
  6. February 10, 2017 #862
  7. Avian influenza outbreaks: An international problem
  8. February 3, 2017 #861

January 2017

  1. Trade agreements have disrupted labor markets but so has automation
  2. January 27, 2017 #860
  3. Comparing the demand for health care and aggregate food demand
  4. January 20, 2017 #859
  5. Impacts of trade agreements with Colombia, Panama and Korea plus the China situation
  6. January 13, 2076 #858
  7. Academic freedom and independence of scientists and policy analysts
  8. January 6, 2017 #857