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Friday, December 2, 2022
  • Winter is Here, Say Climatologists Everywhere

    Winter is Here, Say Climatologists Everywhere

    Climatological winter started on December 1, and it feels like it. SFN’s Mike Davis talks with climatologist Corey Davis.
  • Equine Owners Urged to Use Caution During EIA Outbreak

    Equine Owners Urged to Use Caution During EIA Outbreak

    Two horses in North Carolina have tested positive or suspect for Equine infectious anemia, and that is not good news for equine owners. Mike Davis reports.
  • The Yonder Report

    The Yonder Report

    The first-ever “trout-safe” certification goes to an Idaho fish farm, the Healthy Housing Initiative helps improve rural communities’ livability, and a new database makes it easier for buyers and builders to find available lots.
  • <strong>U.S. Live Holiday Plant Imports Reach $80 Million In 2022</strong>

    <strong>U.S. Live Holiday Plant Imports Reach $80 Million In 2022</strong>

    Christmas trees and poinsettias are iconic symbols of the holiday season. While the vast majority are grown in the United States for domestic use, a small share of both plants are imported from Canada, according …
  • $3 Million in Grants Offered to Improve SC In-State Meat Processing

    $3 Million in Grants Offered to Improve SC In-State Meat Processing

    COLUMBIA – The South Carolina Department of Agriculture is seeking to improve meat processing capacity in the state with a new $3 million matching grant program. This funding will help local processing facilities thrive and employ …
  • Talks Underway to Stop Mexican Biotech Ban

    Talks Underway to Stop Mexican Biotech Ban

    U.S. government leaders are negotiating with Mexico regarding an upcoming ban on biotech crops. Dave Salmonsen, American Farm Bureau Federation Senior Government Affairs Director, says the issue stems from a 2020 Presidential decree from Mexico. …

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