If you want to make some noise, you stick the pig that squeals loudest. That’s what you need to know about the Chinese tariffs on 128 U.S. agricultural products and what it could mean for President Trump.
If China jacks up its tariffs on U.S. exports in retaliation to President Trump's hikes on steel and aluminum, Colorado farmers, ranchers and consumers will pay a price, according to the Colorado Farm Bureau.
The Colorado Farm Bureau, the Big Kahuna of the state’s agriculture interests, recognized Service to Ag winners at its annual meeting in the Denver Tech Center last week. Mel and Maureen Rettig, long-time Mesa County Farm Bureau members, and Phil Seng, CEO of the U.S. Meat Export Federation, were honored at a banquet with 300 […]
The Colorado Farm Bureau has laid out a list of suggestions and priorities for the 155th Congress. U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner of Yuma asked for the input last month. “Whether it is regulations or legislation, it is important for the Administration and Congress to understand the impact of their policies, and agriculture is no exception,” he […]